Solé Medical Spa
1489 Kennedy Rd.
Tifton, GA 31794
Phone: (229) 238-2007
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday: 9 a.m.–8 p.m.
Leg Vein Treatments
Solé Medical Spa in Tifton offers safe, effective vein treatments to give women and men clearer, more beautiful skin on their legs, face, and other areas. With sclerotherapy, a long-standing favorite, and state-of-the-art laser vein treatments, we help patients from Albany, Valdosta, Moultrie, and Douglas, GA, feel more confident.
Sclerotherapy is a safe, minimally invasive option that can permanently eliminate smaller unwanted veins without traditional surgical procedures. Medication is injected into each affected vein. Gradually, the vein will fade from view. Depending on each patient’s condition, multiple treatments may be necessary to treat veins and improve their cosmetic appearance. Sclerotherapy can also be combined with laser treatments for optimal results, especially for smaller veins.
Meet Dr. Richard Pierzchajlo
Dr. Pierzchajlo and his wife, Melissa Pierzchajlo, started Solé Medical Spa in 2008 and since then it has earned a reputation for providing clinically proven, advanced aesthetic treatments for the face and body. Dr. Pierzchajlo is a dual board-certified physician with advanced training in laser skin treatments and is recognized as one of the country’s leading cosmetic injectors.Meet Dr. Pierzchajlo
Credentials You Can Trust
The elimination of visible veins through the use of laser technology allows the body to absorb the damaged capillary and leaves surrounding tissue unharmed. Laser vein removal can be used for both the face and body as lasers can also directly target delicate facial veins. Veins at the side of the nose are a popular area to treat. Small leg veins, especially the ones that are too small to inject with sclerotherapy are a major area of interest. The majority of patients experience little to no side effects and few report temporary redness at the treatment site. Like sclerotherapy, laser vein treatments require no downtime.