Varicose Veins Treatment with Ablation

Have you seen large, twisted veins popping up on your legs? Are you covering up your legs with pants so that you do not have to show off these blue or purple lines? If so, you may be dealing with varicose veins. These veins are more than just embarrassing when you are at work or at social events. They can also be downright uncomfortable as they cause aching, restless legs and even larger skin concerns over time if they are not addressed quickly. With our amazing varicose veins treatment options, you no longer have to deal with your worrisome and uncomfortable varicose veins.

The sight of varicose veins on your legs indicates that these vein walls are not altogether healthy. Most likely, the valves inside them are leaking, causing blood to pool in your legs rather than making it the rest of the way up to your heart. When there is too much blood in these veins, the vein walls begin to bulge, creating the look of spider veins or varicose veins. Unless the veins are removed or blocked off, they will continue to grow and cause you problems.

While you have probably heard of many treatment options for varicose veins, you may not be familiar with ablation. Many of the older treatments used highly invasive procedures that left people with scarring, lengthy downtimes and other uncomfortable side effects. On the other hand, ablation is a minimally-invasive varicose veins treatment that requires only a tiny opening in the skin to do its work.

There are two main ways that we can use ablation to help you get rid of your varicose veins forever. The first is called endovenous laser ablation and is the most common option. While lasers are frequently used on the surface of the skin to target very small spider veins, lasers can only work on larger veins if they are inserted into them. Another option is endovenous thermal ablation. This procedure is much the same as endovenous laser ablation.

These two primary ablation techniques can clear up your varicose veins with very little to no downtime and without the need for major surgery. Set up an appointment at Neosculpt Laser Vein and Cosmetic Surgery Center to learn about our precise treatments for varicose veins. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!

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