What kind of procedure is it and what are its advantages?
Although we know that it is bad to sit cross-legged or stand upright for long periods of time, it is difficult to abandon bad habits. It may even be a hereditary predisposition! Even a small, barely noticeable vascular mark on the leg can soon turn into a large dark spot. If you find yourself showing signs of varicose veins or an accumulation of spider veins, do not delay your visit to our doctors.
The sclerotherapy procedure, which was used to treat veins and blood vessels for a long time, is now replaced by a new generation of lasers treatments. This treatment allows for the removal of not only very small, cosmetically unappealing vascular marks and long blue spots that won’t go away, but also enlarged veins on the legs.
The treatment is carried out without surgery and does not require anesthesia. These specific problems will be solved: from varicose veins to thin capillaries, with the results will be visible soon after the treatment.
What problems does it solve?
It is worth removing the visible veins with a laser to get rid of aesthetic insecurity and improve one’s quality of life. The procedure is recommended if there are problems such as:
- vascular asterisks (persistent clusters of small blood vessels)
This technique helps to lighten red and blue streaks in any area.
How does the procedure work?
Our unique technology allows for customization of the light source and energy level used; with
the result being a tailored treatment to improve the condition of blood vessels and aid in creating an improved visual aesthetic of the treated area.Laser vein removal in our center is carried out using a modern technological Nd: Yag laser of the Lumenis M22 apparatus. This laser is recognized in aesthetic medicine as the “gold standard”. It is one of the most modern and powerful, able to remove even deep-lying vessels. Therefore, it provides the highest accuracy, effectiveness and the absence of skin damage.
During treatment, the laser beam is directed exactly at the targeted blood vessel. The blood vessel absorbs the energy of the laser beam, while the surrounding tissue is unaffected. The energy creates a large amount of heat, which causes coagulation of the blood vessel: they attach together and disappear in an instant. In some cases, mild swelling will appear, which will quickly subside.
Between the laser pulses, the skin cools, which reduces the likelihood of damage and gives excellent results.
What is the result?
The result will be obvious after a full course of treatment. Red and blue formations are absorbed and excreted naturally leaving, the area around them clarified. The luminous flux accelerates natural regeneration. Therefore, after the therapy the condition of the skin continues to improve. The skin becomes elastic, smooth and soft to the touch.
How many treatments are required to complete the course?
In most cases, improvement is seen immediately after the treatment. In the case of multiple veins, 2-3 sessions may be required at an interval of 6-8 weeks.
- Pregnant or lactating
- Oncological diseases
- Diabetes and other chronic diseases in the stage of decompensation
- Autoimmune diseases
- Inflammatory diseases accompanied by fever
- Skin disease in the intended treatment area
- A tendency to form keloid scars