Varicose Veins Treatment
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This is the most common treatment for leg veins. Over the years, dermatologists have improved sclerotherapy to make it safer and give patients better results. Today, dermatologists use it to treat spider and small varicose veins.

Varicose veins are a symptom of weakened veins and valves in the legs. There are one-way valves that keep blood flowing upward from the legs toward the heart. When these valves don’t function properly, blood collects in the legs, and pressure is built up. As a result, the veins become large, twisted, and weak. Laser ablation treatment is done for this condition and it is a non-surgical procedure.

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With medical technology constantly progressing, many treatment facilities have taken it upon themselves to offer remedies for vascular concerns. However, simply offering the services does not guarantee satisfaction and it certainly does not guarantee quality results.

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Varicose Veins

Varicose Veins


Varicose veins are swollen blood vessels that appear just under your skin’s surface in your lower body. When your vein walls are weak and your valves aren’t working right, blood backs up in your vein.

Symptoms of Varicose

Symptoms of Varicose


Symptoms of varicose veins include highly visible, misshapen veins, aching, tender, heavy, or sore legs, often accompanied by swelling in the ankles or feet after standing for a prolonged length of time.

Diagnosis and Tests

Diagnosis and Tests


Varicose veins are close to the surface of your skin and easy to see. Healthcare providers can diagnose the condition during a physical examination. They’ll feel your veins and examine them while you’re sitting and standing.