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What types of leg veins can be treated?

leg veins treatmentVaricose veins, usually the deeper blue veins, need different treatment from the discoloured clusters that are known as the spider veins and are near the skin's surface. For this reason, the Vasculight system is equipped with two different light technologies and the doctor may use either one or both, depending on the veins to be treated.

What technology is used for deeper, blue veins?

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The laser component of the Vasculight system is used to treat larger, deeper veins such as reticular veins. These veins respond to the precise energy level and wavelength of light that is used. The small spot of laser light travels through the skin and is absorbed by the blood within the vein, on the basis of its colour. The resulting heat destroys the walls of the vein and the blood is absorbed slowly by the surrounding tissue. The vein is permanently removed.

Is the treatment painful?

A pulse of laser energy may feel like a pinch, similar to a snapped rubber band. Chilled gel on the skin and other techniques prevent discomfort. The entire procedure is brief and non-invasive. No needles are used at any time.

NOTE: Many leg veins need multiple treatments, often over a few months, before the effect is complete. Even small vessels often require time to resolve. Sometimes a bit of "matting" or "staining" surrounds the treated vessel.

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