Laser Spider Vein Removal therapy is among the most successful treatments for spider veins for a number of people. The ideal patient is in excellent health overall, does not smoke, and has reasonable expectations about the operation. It may also be the best option if you are allergic to the sclerotherapy chemicals, have a fear of needles, or have spider veins that are too tiny to be injected. If you have certain medical problems, are pregnant, have tattoos in the treatment region, or use certain drugs, you may not qualify.
Dilated capillaries at the skin’s surface, most often on the face or legs, called spider veins. They appear as red, purple, or blue veins with a dark core in one of three usual patterns: spider-shaped, linear, or branching (like a tree).
Laser vein therapy is performed on the skin’s surface. It may cure spider veins and small varicose veins close to the surface of the skin. Typically, many laser sessions are required. They occur every six to twelve weeks.
During laser treatment for spider veins, you will be given protective goggles to shield your eyes from the powerful laser light. Next, a cooling gel will be applied to the treated region. The laser will be positioned against the spider veins’ skin. As the laser shoots, you may experience some unpleasant sensations; patients often compare it to a rubber band cracking on their skin. During the process, ice may be used to relieve your discomfort. Laser vein therapy requires no recovery time; nevertheless, it is typical to have irritation and redness in the treated region, and compression garments must be worn for a period of time following your session.