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- About Natural Tissue Flap Reconstruction
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- Skin-Sparing Mastectomy Before Breast Reconstruction
- BRCA 1 & 2 Gene Mutation and Prophylactic Double Nipple Sparing Mastectomy
- Oncoplastic Surgery
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- About Second Stage Surgery
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- Vascularized Lymph Node Transfer
What Is Sclerotherapy?Sclerotherapy is the injection of a solution (usually a salt solution) into a vein. This solution irritates the lining of the vein so that it swells, and its sides stick together. The blood will then clot. This procedure signals the body that the vein is now unusable; blood is diverted elsewhere, and the vessel eventually scars and fades from view.
Who Can Get Sclerotherapy?You’ll consult with Dr. Sadeghi, and potentially a vascular medicine specialist, to determine if you’re a good candidate for the quick and simple sclerotherapy procedure. Pregnant women are not eligible for the procedure; those who have experienced blood clots in the past will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
How to Prepare for Your TreatmentDiscuss with Dr. Sadeghi which medications and over-the-counter pain aids you’ll need to avoid prior to your treatment. Don’t apply lotion to skin before your appointment.
Risks and Side Effects of SclerotherapyAs the treated vein clots, it may become raised or hard. It may require several months to dissolve into the body. Some patients experience temporary itching in and around the injected vein(s). Redness, bruising, or raised skin at the injection site are also common. These effects should fade within two to three days. Brown spots or lines may also appear at the injection site — while in most cases, these fade, they may remain indefinitely. New, small blood vessels may also develop around the injection site. This is known as neovascularization. These vessels generally disappear on their own a few months following the procedure.
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“Great staff!! So caring! Dr. Sadgehi is amazing! He took such good care of me! I am EXTREMELY satisfied with the results of my surgery! 100% recommend him if you wanna have any work done! You won’t be disappointed!!”.
“Dr. Sadeghi is leading the industry with cutting edge technology. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. EM-Sculpt is what I use, just before a photo shoot or that weekend beach trip. If you haven’t been to see Ali yet and are looking to just feel better in your own skin, then get over there!”.
“Dr. Sadeghi and his team were so friendly and professional. The lady at the front desk kept checking in and updating me letting me know when I was next. He took his time and delivered the results I wanted. Very happy! This was my first experience and I will definitely be back!”.
“Dr. Sadeghi and his staff are THE BEST! They are very sweet and welcoming. Dr. Sadeghi gave me exactly what I asked for with fillers. Great experience and will definitely be back!”.