Varicose veins and spider veins are commonly found mainly in women. Such condition is usually common after childbirth. In some cases there is a genetic predisposition which leads to development of varicose and spider veins.
However, pregnancy is considered to be the main reason since the increased levels of the estrogen weaken the tissue constituting the walls of blood vessels. Therefore, blood vessels expand. The condition is worsened by long periods of standing or wearing high-heeled shoes.
Patients typically approach us as they are bothered by esthetic effects of visible veins. If the problem is not treated promptly, the complications are more likely to occur as the likelihood of complete recovery decreases.
The most efficient methods in vein treatment are minimally invasive procedures such as vein stripping, radio-wave cauterization and varicose sclerozation. There are numerous advantages of such treatments:
- Decrease of spider veins after the first treatment
- Prevention of further XXXXXX
- Patient’s safety
- No hospitalization needed
- Performed under local anesthesia