Varicose vein treatment in Windermere

Varithena for Varicose Veins

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Tackle Varicose Veins with Varithena

Varicose veins are not only unsightly at times, but they can also cause discomfort, itchiness, and pain.

With Varithena, you can treat varicose veins in as little as one treatment! This prescription-strength medication is injected into the damaged veins, which causes them to collapse and directs blood to healthy veins nearby.

The Procedure


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Sessions Needed


Why try Varithena Vein Treatment in Windermere?


Quick Treatment

Each varicose vein treatment typically takes less than an hour.


Minimally Invasive

Treatment requires no more than two needle sticks per treatment!


One-Time Procedure

Most patients only require one treatment to reduce the appearance of varicose veins!

The Varithena Vein Treatment Process

What to Expect?


Prior to treatment, we'll sit down to discuss your concerns and desired results. During this time, we'll discuss your medical history, and answer any questions you may have about the treatment.


During your varicose vein treatment in Windermere, you'll sit comfortably in one of our treatment rooms. We may mark the offending vein(s) with a pen for reference. With 1 to 2 needle pokes, we'll insert the medication into the vein(s).

Next Steps

We'll ensure the success of the treatment with follow-up appointments.

Prior to Varithena Vein Treatment in Windermere, Lumina Vein & Aesthetics recommends:
  • Stop taking any NSAID medications (such as ibuprofen, Advil, Motrin), vitamin E, or herbal supplements 48 hours before treatment to reduce your chances of bruising.
  • Depending on where you’re receiving treatment, wear light, breathable clothing or shorts.
  • Talk to your provider to see if they have any additional pre-care instructions prior to your first treatment.
After Varithena Vein Treatment in Windermere, Lumina Vein & Aesthetics recommends: 
  • Walk around directly after treatment to improve results and minimize the chance of bruising or discoloration of blood vessels in the treatment area.
  • Wear compression stockings after treatment. Depending on the area being treated, we recommend wearing them for up to 3 weeks. Consult your physician to determine your care timeline.
  • For up to 72 hours after treatment, patients should avoid: intense exercise, hot baths, saunas, prolonged sun exposure, and flights.

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