Minimally Invasive

Employing a fine needle, our vein specialists administer an FDA-approved medication such as Asclera™ or polidocanol into the targeted vein. This solution induces irritation, prompting the vein to collapse and eventually be absorbed by the body. This safe and minimally invasive procedure is conducted in-office and is applicable for treating various vein types.

What Is Sclerotherapy?

Sclerotherapy injects a solution into affected veins to shrink and seal them. Vein Specialist Centers offers different types of sclerotherapy, including liquid sclerotherapy, foam sclerotherapy, and ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, all of which have been FDA-approved to treat varicose and spider veins. After your sclerotherapy procedure, you can resume your regular activities immediately since there is no downtime required. However, your vein doctor may recommend wearing compression stockings for a certain period to achieve the best results as you heal.

The Key to a Successful Treatment

At Vein Specialist Centers, we prioritize tailoring sclerotherapy treatments to each patient's unique needs for optimal success. While sclerotherapy is typically effective for cosmetic spider veins, some individuals may need multiple sessions, spaced 6-8 weeks apart, to achieve desired results.

During your consultation, our skilled vein doctors conduct a thorough assessment of your vein condition and treatment preferences to determine the best sclerotherapy approach for you. Following treatment, patients typically notice significant improvements in spider veins and smaller varicose veins, helping them achieve smoother, clearer skin and increased confidence.

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Our NJ Vein Center Conveniently Located in Randolph, NJ

Our vein clinic in Randolph is at 540 NJ-10 near the campus for the County College of Morris and easily accessible to many nearby towns including Parsippany-Troy Hills, Morris Plains, Morristown, Morris Township, Rockaway Township, and Dover NJ. 

Directions to The Vein Specialist Centers in Randolph Near You

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To get to our vein clinic near Parsippany-Troy-Hills New Jersey,

Coming from near Lake Parsippany, Use I-287 S to NJ-10 W to arrive at our location

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To get to our vein clinic near Morris Plains New Jersey,

By Central Park of Morris County, take Old Dover Rd to Meadow Bluff Rd towards NJ-10 W

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To get to our vein clinic near Morristown New Jersey,

Nearby the Morristown National Historical Park, take Morris Ave to get to I-287 N and exit at NJ-10 W

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To get to our vein clinic near Dover New Jersey,

Around Saint Clare’s Dover Hospital, take Blackwell St to Randolph Ave/Prospect St/Center Grove Rd towards NJ-10 W.

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To get to our vein clinic near Rockaway Township New Jersey

Via Green Pond Rd and W Main St to Rockaway Rd then Franklin Rd heading towards NJ-10

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To get to our vein clinic near Mt. Olive  New Jersey,

From the Public Library in Mt. Olive, take Flanders-Drakestown Rd to Eyland Ave for NJ-10 E

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To get to our vein clinic near Mendham Township New Jersey,

Use Rt 24 to Woodland Rd and Millbrook Ave leading to Center Grove Rd in Randolph

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To get to our vein clinic near Chester Township New Jersey,

Take North Rd all the way to Rt 10 for our office in Randolph

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Treatment Options

Liquid Sclerotherapy

Direct liquid injections into the affected veins are the most basic form of sclerotherapy treatment. Best suited for smaller spider veins, the liquid solution causes the veins to shrink and eventually disappear, resulting in smoother, clearer skin with no downtime.

Foam Sclerotherapy

Foam sclerotherapy mixes small amounts of liquid solution with air to create a creamy foam substance that is more effective in treating diseased veins. This treatment is five times more potent than liquid sclerotherapy and is ideal for treating slightly larger veins.

Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy

Ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy is a meticulously precise treatment choice for varicose veins, particularly those that are less visible or larger superficial veins. This technique demands a heightened level of skill and patience from our vein doctors. At Vein Specialist Centers, our certified technicians and physicians hold American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) credentials, setting the gold standard for excellence in ultrasound. This ensures our patients receive top-tier care with the utmost precision and accuracy.

Plan Your Visit

Vein Clinic in Randolph
540 NJ-10
Randolph, NJ 07869

Call us: (908) 800-0613

Mon: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tue: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wed: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thu: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Fri: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

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Why Choose Vein Specialist Centers in Randolph, NJ?

Randolph, nestled in Morris County, thrives as a dynamic community boasting nearly 26,000 residents. Its allure is amplified by outstanding schools, ample recreational offerings, and a rich tapestry of local shopping. Among its highlights is the debut of our newest vein clinic, marking the inaugural establishment in Morris County for Vein Specialist Centers. Our physician-owned and led consortium of vein centers is committed to delivering unparalleled care, distinguishing us from the rest.

  • Stay Connected: Enjoy 24/7 direct access to our patients and health team, including your dedicated vein doctor.
  • Board-Certified Vascular Physicians in Randolph, NJ: Our doctors are formally trained and certified in vascular medicine, providing expert vein care from specialists rather than pain management doctors or anesthesiologists.
  • Personalized Physician Care: Your doctor is actively involved in every visit, appreciating the time you spend at our clinic and fostering a personal connection.
  • Independent Vein Care in Randolph, NJ: As a physician-owned clinic, we are free from outside influences such as investors or private equity groups, ensuring your care is exclusively directed by our medical experts.
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