To avoid higher costs, risks, and scars from surgery, conventional sclerotherapy is the preferred method to eliminate prominent veins on the chest and hands. Unlike leg varicose veins which are diseased, hand and chest veins are normal. However, they can easily be reduced or eliminated for cosmetic reasons without any problem.

Several injections of an FDA-approved solution are performed in 1-2 sessions, causing the unwanted veins to shrink and disappear over time without a trace. This is far superior to camouflage techniques which surround the veins with injections of temporary filler or fat transfers which dimple over time.

For hand, breast or facial veins we offer a consultation by appointment for $75 to allow time for proper evaluation and to answer any questions you may have.

“This comes to tell you thank you, and then to tell you, too — The world’s a better place because of people as nice as you! I appreciate all you did in making my legs look so much better (feeling better too). Thanks again.”
“Dear Dr. Kanter & Staff, Thank you for your care and patience in your treatment of me. I shall be forever grateful to you.”
“Dr. Kanter, I just wanted you to know that I deeply appreciated your kindness and consideration. The recent treatment on my legs is remarkably improved!!”
“Thank you very much to all of you for making me “not to be afraid” of injections. You are a great team!! See you in about 3 months.”
“Aloha! Thought I would send you a taste of what we’re seeing on the islands. Hope you all get a chance to visit. Thank you for your part in helping me prepare for this wonderful vacation.”
“My legs just saw the light of day for the first time in 15 years. Thank you all for the miracles you have done. See you soon for my last treatment. Gratefully,”
“This doctor and his staff are wonderful! 100% improvement of my legs!”
“VCOC has a very professional staff and Dr. Kanter has wonderful bedside manner.”
“Fantastic service, excellent staff and care.  Dr. Kanter was wonderful.”
“I felt like I was in the best hands with Dr. Kanter, as he performs vein procedures exclusively."

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Dr. Kanter is retiring on May 31, 2017 and will no longer be accepting new patients after April 28, 2017.