Varicose Vein Laser Therapy in Surat
A laser is a highly concentrated light beam. At Harsh Hospital, Surat our professionals make the use of laser treatment to cure varicose veins. Laser heat is acting to a vein that forms scar tissue. This tissue of the scar closes the vein. A closed vein loses its blood source and closes permanently. The vein is likely to disappear after a year or two.
What are the symptoms of varicose veins?
Varicose veins may not cause pain. However, some of the Varicose veins symptoms include:
- Veins of a dark purple or blue color
- On the legs, veins that seem twisted and bulging, frequently resembling cords
When varicose veins cause pain, the following signs and symptoms may appear:
- Legs that are achy or heavy to the touch
- Lower leg-burning, aching, muscle cramps, and edoema
- Pain that gets worse after a lengthy period of sitting or standing
- Itching in or around one or more veins
- Varicose veins cause changes in skin pigmentation
What are the causes of varicose vein?
Varicose veins are caused by faulty or damaged valves. Blood is transported from the heart to the rest of the body via arteries. The heart receives blood from the rest of the body via veins. The veins in the legs must battle against gravity to return blood to the heart.
Lower leg muscle contractions act as pumps, and elastic vein walls aid blood return to the heart. As blood flows toward the heart, tiny valves in the veins open, then close to prevent blood from flowing backward. Blood can flow backward and pool in the veins if these valves are weak or damaged, stretching or twisting the veins.
Endovenous Treatment with Laser
Endovenous laser treatment may treat the legs with larger varicose veins. A laser fiber is transmitted into the vein by a thin tube (catheter). The doctor looks at the vein on a duplex ultrasound screen (Sonography) while doing so.
A laser is less painful than vein ligation and stripping, and the recovery time is shorter. For laser treatment, only a regional anesthetic or a light sedative is required. General anesthesia is used to sleep you for ligation and stripping.
Recovery from varicose vein laser surgery
You can walk after the therapy, and recovery is usually quick. You should be able to resume your normal daily routine after a simple laser treatment.
After endovenous laser treatment, you must wear compression socks for at least one week. To guarantee that the vein is closed, our expert will use duplex ultrasonography.
When the treatment of varicose vein is done
Simple laser treatment for small spinal veins and small varicose veins is performed. This is sometimes a second treatment step after treatment with surgery,
Endovenous laser or radiofrequency treatment or sclerotherapy with a larger varicose vein. Endovenous laser treatment is used instead of an operation to remove a larger varicose vein.
How well it works by Simple Treatment of laser
This type of laser treatment has become very safe and effective over the last 20 years. Endovenous treatment with laser. Endovenous laser treatment closes veins approximately 94 times out of 100. It doesn’t work 6 times out of 100.
If the endovenous laser treatment doesn’t close a vein, a second treatment is required.
Depending on what’s available in your area, you can choose between another laser, radiofrequency or sclerotherapy treatment. Vein surgery is recommended in some cases. Dr.S.N. Baser is our expert doctor at Harsh Hospital in Surat.