Varicose veins

Varicose veins of the legs are one of the most common medical problems in adults, especially women. It is believed that about 40% of the female population over 30 years in greater or lesser extent, expressed varicose veins in the legs. The first preserved description of varicose veins dating back to ancient Greece. Since then, advances in medicine has led to the explaining of the reasons for the formation of varicose veins and the possibilities of their treatment.

Laser vein surgery

A new and widely accepted method for eliminating damaged veins is based on the complete closure of the vein by applying laser radiation to the inner wall of the vein. Effective application of laser energy to the vein wall and extremely low depth of penetration of the radiation wavelength, allows closing the vein using minimal energy and avoiding sensitive disorders or burns on the skin. In addition, the need for local anesthesia can be reduced to a minimum.

Sclerotherapy foam (UGFS)

The sclerosing solution is injected into the vein. The procedure is performed under ultrasound.