An intensely narrow light ray is a laser. A Mumbai Varicose Veins Doctor can cure varicose veins with a laser. A vein is damaged by laser heating, which causes scar tissue to develop. The scar tissue closes the vasculature. A constricted vein stops receiving blood and expires. Make an appointment at Mumbai's Best Multispeciality Hospital, Kapadia Hospital.
Simple Veins Laser Treatment is carried out on the skin's surface. It can cure small varicose veins and spider veins that are just below the top layer of the skin. Typically, multiple laser sessions are required. They might be planned every few weeks, as our doctor has advised. (The larger "feeder" vein must be addressed first with surgery, endovenous ablation, or sclerotherapy if you have inadequate blood supply supporting these little veins.)
Endovenous laser therapy is an option for treating enlarged varicose veins in the legs. Through a tiny tube (catheter), a laser fibre is inserted into the vein. The physician monitors the vein on a dual ultrasound screen as they work. It is done with local anaesthesia or a mild sedative.
After the procedure, you'll be capable of walking, and recuperation times are usually brief. After a brief laser treatment, you should be able to resume your regular daily activities straight away.
Following endovenous laser therapy, you'll put on compression stockings or bandages. You can ask a varicose veins treatment specialist at Kapadia Hospital how frequently to use them. Our physician will employ duplex ultrasonography as a follow-up to confirm that the vein is sealed.