Laser Treatment for Capillaries
It is the treatment with special vein lasers or intense pulsed light. These devices use heat energy from laser light to selectively damage or destroy abnormal vessels. The advantage of this method is that no needles or sclerosing solution are required. Many people have no pain or other symptoms. For these people, there is no need for any treatment unless they want the veins to be removed for aesthetic reasons.
With the Lynton Lumina Laser Device imported from the UK, the treatment of capillaries can be done easily. Thanks to its special cooling unit, it does not leave burns and stains and it is extremely safe. With the Lynton Laser device, which can use two different energy sources at the same time, both 1064 nm Nd:YAG and 85% Nm IPL energy can be applied. Much more effective results can be obtained with different treatment possibilities in different vessel diameters.
After 6 sessions of Laser and Foam application to the patient, 90% improvement was achieved in the appearance of the superficial veins. It can be used safely on the whole body thanks to its special heads that are designed differently for each part of the body. It provides the treatment of spots as well as capillary treatment in the face area and sensitive skin.
Varicose and Spider Veins
Varicose veins and spider veins usually develop as we age. Varicose veins, which are large, raised, and swollen blood vessels, usually develop on the legs and feet. Spider veins are smaller, purplish, and blue enlarged veins. They most often develop on the legs and thighs.
Who are affected by varicose and spider veins?
An estimated 30% to 60% of adults have varicose or spider veins. Varicose veins and spider veins develop more often in women than in men. Its frequency increases with age.
What are the symptoms of varicose and spider veins?
Many patients with varicose veins complain of aching pain or cramping in the legs. Other common symptoms are fatigue, restlessness, burning, throbbing, tingling or heaviness in the legs. Pain caused by varicose veins is usually relieved by elevating the legs or wearing a compression stocking.
In women, symptoms may be worse during the menstrual cycle or during pregnancy. Patients may also develop swelling, ulcer formation, and darker pigmentation or coloration of their skin, especially in the ankle area. Rarely, varicose veins may develop superficial phlebitis (inflammation of the vein) characterized by pain and redness along the varicose vein.