For a long time there is just one way to eradicate varicose veins and this was to surgically remove them (also referred to as “stripping”). Unfortunately, the outcomes were often unsatisfactory because of complications relevant to the surgery – this is actually a major surgery; the very long time off work, especially if you do manual labour; along with the scars which can be the inevitable results of this strategy. However, not even those problems were the biggest issue; for almost all patients, the biggest issue was the appearance of new veins the location where the old veins ended up being.
Around 2 decades ago, the explanation for this is made clear – it was caused by new veins growing constitute the stump of your old vein. Essentially, this resulted in whilst the vein was reduce, it was much more pruned with the inevitable consequence of new rise in the same region. This case made some time suitable for non-surgical operations that treated the vein in the “inside” and caused it to shrivel and not stimulate new vein growth.
Stripping is rarely done anymore and also at Vein Doctors Group, all our treatments and services are tailored specifically to the unique requirements.
This spider veins on face removal cream is a great option to traditional invasive surgical vein stripping which is used to treat larger veins. Against surgery, this won’t give you any scars mainly because it doesn’t involve any incisions and there is no desire for bed rest, hospital stays or general anaesthetic.
This involves injecting a solution in the affected vein that contains a sclerosis fluid. This will cause a reaction inside the vein, it becomes hardened as well as its blood circulation is slowly stop. The vein will begin to fade and ultimately it becomes nearly invisible. Dr Varcoe prefers to use Sclerotherapy jointly with ultrasound as varycosde injections into a vein don’t guarantee the highest standard of care.
Like regular sclerotherapy, this ultrasound guided version also involves a sclerosis injection in the affected veins. The ultrasound guides the injection – both its placement and required number – to guarantee maximum results. The ultrasound is additionally used to determine the success in the treatment of course, if any other treatment if neccessary.
Dr Paul Varcoe from Vein Doctors Group is among the best in the industry. Having an experienced team behind him, he or she is committed to assisting you both feel and look better.
If you suffer from from varicose veins and are looking for a way to have them treated, please contact our friendly team to get any concerns addressed as well as your wishes discussed.