Sclerotherapy is a recognized treatment for unwanted blood vessels on the legs. A sclerosing solution is injected with a very fine needle into the unwanted blood vessels. Larger vessels are treated with an injectable agent. The irritating solution causes the lining of the vein to become inflamed and the walls to adhere to each other thereby preventing blood from flowing into the vein. Over a period of weeks, the vessel normally closes off permanently preventing further influx of blood into the vein. Call 780 – 464 – 0123 ext. 3 for more information.
Don’t want to show your worry lines or wrinkles? Neuromodulators can be used to reduce and smooth the number of fine lines and wrinkles one has. Call 780 – 464 – 0123 ext. 3 for more information. (Botox® & Dysport®)
Injectable fillers can be used for the facial rejuvenation. These types of fillers are a good choice for cheek bone enhancement, lip augmentation and wrinkle reduction by giving volume to your skin to minimize the appearance of wrinkles. They can also be used to enhance and define lips, cheeks, chin, and jaw line. Results are immediately noticeable and natural looking. Call 780 – 464 – 0123 ext. 3 for more information.
Botox® for Migraines
If you have been diagnosed with migraine and get migraine headaches often, you may wonder if there’s anything you can do to prevent them.
Botox, was approved in 2010 for adults who get chronic migraines. That means you have both:
- A history of migraine headaches
- Headaches (including tension-type) on most days (15 or more) of the month of which 8 are migraine
You may be eligible to consider this as one of your options for treatment. Ask your doctor if this treatment is right for you.
Botox® for Hyperhidrosis
Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive sweating. Hyperhidrosis becomes more noticeable after puberty. Stressful situations may aggravate the sweating and many times, it takes almost nothing for the sweating to start. Most over the counter antiperspirants do not control hyperhidrosis.
Sweat Inhibiting or Neuromodulator injections such as Botox ® usually reduce hyperhidrosis for an average of 6 months after 1 or 2 treatments.
You may be eligible to consider this as one of your options for treatment. Ask your doctor for information on this service.