The varicose veins are responsible for the appearance of visible veins, very unsightly, which seem to be about to protrude under the skin of the lower limbs. They are due to dilation of the superficial veins of the thighs and legs. The blood return is poor and the blood begins to stagnate in the vessels.
Endovenous laser: to eliminate varicose veins
Safe and mildly traumatic, this Laser Treatment for Varicose Veins in Legs eliminates almost all varicose veins for perfect legs. Of all the operative techniques, this method is the least traumatic.
The principle of the Endovenous laser:
The endovenous laser treats unsightly surface varicose veins. It acts on the vein inside the thigh or saphenous varix. Of all the operative techniques, this method is the least traumatic. This is particularly a good alternative to stripping. The heat emitted by the laser alters the vein. It breaks down and is eliminated by the body over time (between three to six months). The Best Surgeon for Varicose Veins is the vascular surgeon or phlebologist which operates varicose veins under ultrasound control.
How is the intervention done?
The laser fiber is introduced inside the vein, most often at the knee. The infiltration of local anesthetic forms a thickness of water around the vein to protect the surrounding tissues of the laser and to avoid any risk of burns. The specialist activates a laser shot every three millimeters, removing the fiber as it goes outward. If necessary, the varicose branches are removed by phlebectomy using tiny incisions. A compression stocking is placed.
What are the causes of varicose veins?
Some population groups are more likely to develop varicose veins than others. Standing without moving or stomping would promote the appearance of the disorder. Thus, the trades of restoration, hairdressing or sales, requiring standing, are among the professions at risk. Certain behaviors indeed favor the appearance of the varicose veins:
Symptoms and diagnosis of varicose veins: The main symptom is the appearance of these dilated veins visible under the skin of the legs. Sometimes it's the only one that exists. In other cases, varicose veins are accompanied by typical signs of venous insufficiency : pain, cramps, tingling, feeling of heavy legs, itching, burning sensation. The person with varicose veins can also experiencing "impatience": a need to move to fight against a feeling of numbness of the legs occurring during a period of immobility. Since varicose veins are a venous disorder, phlebologists or angiologists, specialists in the venous system and its pathologies, are the most qualified to make a diagnosis.
Sclerotherapy: It is considered as the Best Treatment For Varicose Veins.
What is the principle of this treatment of varicose veins?
A chemical product, liquid or foam, is injected into the vein, causing its walls to retract and thus leading to its obstruction. If the vein is not visible, or not sufficiently, the injection is done under ultrasound guidance.