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Different types of Varicose Vein Treatment:
Posted On 06/11/2019 04:21:45 by floydferris

For the treatment of varicose veins, there are different techniques depending on the type of varicose vein and the diagnosis that the doctor makes after the patient's assessment. There are different types of varicose veins, on the one hand there are telangiectasias, which are those small veins that break on both the face and legs and are known as "aesthetic varicose veins"; these are more superficial and with less cardiovascular involvement, and can be treated well with laser or eclerotherapy treatment.

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On the other hand to larger varicose veins that pose a real health problem, for the pain they cause in people who suffer, especially in the hottest months, and also have more severe implications at cardiovascular level. For these varicose veins you can have an option such as sclerotherapy treatment with Microfoam or surgical intervention for the most extreme cases.

Some types of Varicose Vein Removal Procedure are as follows:

Sclerotherapy: It is the ideal treatment to eliminate small varicose veins or superficial spider veins of small extension. It consists in the infiltration in the vein of a sclerosing substance, which will travel through the vein causing its degeneration and finally definitive disappearance. Leg Vein Treatment can also be done in Sclerotherapy.

Microfoam: To eliminate annoying varicose veins and with the risk of degenerating into bigger problems, the best treatment is Sclerotherapy with Microfoam. It is valid for both small varicose veins and large varicose veins. With this treatment a sclerosing substance is introduced into the vein that is damaging to the wall of the vein, initiating a process that leads to the degeneration of the vein until its disappearance.

At first, with the infiltration of the product you can achieve a visual and aesthetic improvement since apparently the varicose vein disappears. This effect is due to the fact that the introduced substance pushes the accumulation of stagnant and deoxygenated blood, which looks red, green or purple, and is replaced by another colorless substance, giving the sensation that the vein has disappeared. Previously, the treatment with sclerotherapy introduced the product in a liquid state, and as it passed through the veins it was able to be reabsorbed by the venous walls. With the Microfoam what is achieved is that the product adheres to the walls of the glass, this is all due to its foam state, and while this microfoam melts it is making an effect on the inner surface of the vein.

The effect of the Microfoam on the vein at first is inflammation; subsequently a kind of fibrosis or scarring of the tissue of the vein is generated, and finally, since it is already degraded or inert tissue, it is reabsorbed by the body. That is why the result of the treatment is definitive, since the veins on which we apply the Microfoam disappear definitively.

Surgical technique: It is a totally effective technique if practiced properly. It consists of disconnecting the vein of its origin and its end, ending by its extraction completely.

Laser Vein Therapy: Laser Treatment For Varicose Veins can also be a good treatment to cure varicose veins.

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