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Vascular

What are varicose veins?

Varicose veins are enlarged veins due to the inability of blood circulation. Unable to move properly, the result is an increase in pressure within the affected veins that makes your walls to dilate.

Factors favoring the appearance of varicose veins

Stay long standing
Overweight
Contraceptive use
Sedentary lifestyle
Hormonal disorders
Heredity

Techniques to remove varicose veins

Depending on the type of varices, a specific technique is used to remove.

ESCLERSIS percutaneous OF VARICES

The escleroteapia sclerosis, infiltration or injection of varices involves injecting telangiectasias using a very fine needle with a suitable concentration and type of sclerosant liquid. The purpose is to close off the vein through chemical injury fibrous wall and causes a controlled vein thrombosis. It causes little pain and prevents walking, work or perform usual activities. Most people require multiple sessions (usually 6-8) to remove all telangeictasias. The gradually closed vein is reabsorbed by the body naturally and final results can usually be noted at 12 weeks.

LASER microsurgery

Currently microsurgery combined with endovascular laser, which further improve the results of operations for varicose veins, getting faster and with excellent aesthetic and functional results postoperative recovery.

percutaneous LASER

Recommended for vascular "spiders" facial (blotches) and other areas of the body. These are treated percutaneously, i.e., through the skin, without causing burns or bruised. Laser combined with low surface microesclerosis local anesthesia, without pain and with excellent results.


LASER ENDOVASCULAR

With the use of endovascular laser we can treat larger varicose veins on an outpatient basis under local anesthesia without discomfort. By introducing the optical fiber laser, got the disappearance of varicose dilations few sessions, we allow return to normal life immediately.

Advantages of our vascular laser treatments

  • Painless: surface local anesthesia
  • Rapid disappearance and recovery
  • Quick and painless intervention
  • Applicable to any type of varices
  • Excellent results, do not leave scars
  • Economic treatments

FAQ

A single session is often enough, although the total session is determined by the size and depth of varicose veins treated.

Surface local anesthesia is applied using a special cream, allowing you to work comfortably with laser and reduce uncomfortable or painful sensations that may cause.

The marks left are small dots that make scabs and disappear slightly depending on each patient's skin, in about 15 days.

There is no contraindication, provided that adequate protection is used. In principle no bandaging required, depending on how deep they are.

Being carried fotodepilación is not a problem. It is fully compatible.


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