It is a treatment with mild pain and a short recovery period, without scars and without exudations. The local irritation that can be caused subsides in about 2 weeks, while the problem is treated radically in 1-3 sessions on average.
These are capillaries that have a larger diameter than normal and are located closer to the surface of the skin, which is why they are visible to the naked eye. They are usually found in "clusters" and are more common in women.
Standing, sun exposure, heredity, hormonal changes and pregnancies are causes associated with varicose veins in the legs. Increased weight also plays a role. Most of the time they are not related to a problem in the blood circulation of the lower limbs and do not cause any problem except perhaps appearance. Other times, however, they may coexist with venous insufficiency and/or "varicose veins", i.e. swollen veins with "knots" in some places. The dermatologist, if necessary, will refer for a vein ultrasound to confirm the diagnosis.
Usually with one application we achieve satisfactory results, while a more severe problem requires a second application for further improvement. With each cryolipolysis session we achieve approximately 25% local fat reduction.
Nd-Yag laser treatment, the most advanced generation of lasers, is currently considered the best option for varicose veins in the legs, both in terms of effectiveness and safety. One of the advantages of the Nd-Yag laser is that it can be used both for arachnoid vessels and for more resistant vessels, at a greater depth and with thicker walls.
The action of the Nd-Yag laser is based on its ability to absorb the hemoglobin of the blood in the vessels that make up the vasculature. The heat emitted by the beam inside the vessel leads to the clotting of the blood, causing it to shrink and be absorbed by the body. Its use by an experienced dermatologist allows the laser beam to penetrate deeply into the skin, destroying only the problematic vessels without affecting the skin and healthy surrounding tissues.