The most attractive looking aging men and women in the world look natural and fresh faced.

The Skin Nurse: Nicola O'Byrne Clinical Nurse Specialist and Dermatology Nurse Prescriber (MSC, RGN, CNS)

Skincare is my enduring passion

That passion inspires me to deliver a Gold Standard of care to my patients. My ongoing education in dermatology and cosmeceuticals, allows me to offer reliable and trustworthy treatment and product recommendations. I listen to and understand the needs of each and every one of my patients so that together, we achieve their desired outcomes.

Over the years, it has been my privilege to witness the enhanced confidence of my patients as they look and feel better. Invariably, they leave my practice refreshed and rejuvenated.

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Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a procedure used to treat blood vessels or blood vessel usually blue veins on the legs. 

A FDA approved medicine is injected into the vessels,. 

The medicine irritates the blood vessel wall causing it to collapse and disappear.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What actually happens during the treatment?

A very fine needle is used to inject the medicine into the veins in the legs. Overall it is usually painless, it can sting a little on some blood vessels.

How many treatments?

It can take up to 6 treatments to enjoy a good clearance.

Can my varicose veins be treated?

No. If varicose veins are noted when you receive your consultation you will be referred to a vascular surgeon for assessment.Once the varicose veins are treated slcerotherapy can be preformed .

Why not use laser for blue leg veins?

Sclerotherapy is gold standard for blue veins on the legs.

Contraindications

A FULL MEDICAL HISTORY WILL BE TAKEN PRIOR TO TREATMENT TO DETERMINE IF YOU ARE A SUITABLE FOR TREATMENT

• Pregnant and breastfeeding women
• Any history of thrombosis (DVT) , Pulmonary embolism are not suitable
• Chronic diseases e.g cardiac and lung disease
• Connective tissue diseases for example lupus
• blood clotting medicines
• skin infections e.g , active psoriasis cellulitis

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