Let Us Look at Various Options to Treat Varicose Veins


Today, there are several different options available to treat problems related to varicose veins. These treatment options include laser ablation, sclerotherapy and the last option is surgery. All the treatment options have certain pros and cons.

Let us see each of the option to understand it better. You can also visit the website epilationlaserplus.com to learn more about varicose veins and their treatments.

All the tree types of treatments mentioned above can provide relief from the symptoms of varicose veins but the quality of your life after treatment may not be the same as per a British researcher. He has arrived at this conclusion in his paper after taking data of 800 patients.

As far as laser therapy is concerned, it will cause minimum complications during the treatment. Surgery is nowadays not preferred in the USA and therefore laser-based therapy is the most acceptable form of therapy for varicose veins.


This treatment will involve following steps:

  1. Dermatologist will inject certain chemicals in your varicose veins
  2. After that the same area will be massaged
  3. Compression stacking will be used for both legs
  4. Doctor will observe you for some time and allow you to go back home
  5. You need to take daily walks with the compression stockings as per the direction of your doctor. You may have to continue this for 2 to 3 weeks.
  6. You can go for your work next day if you like

Within 3 to 6 weeks your varicose veins will disappear. To get best results you may need 2 to 3 sessions.

Laser treatment

In this kind of treatment, the dermatologist will direct laser beam on the spot where your veins are present. Small spider veins will vanish immediately while larger veins and varicose veins will get darken and within couple of months they will disappear. However, if you want to get complete cure from varicose veins then you will need at least 3 treatment sessions.

Immediately on the next day of your treatment, you can join your work. For some time, you may have to wear compression stocking. You need to protect the area where you received treatment for at least 3 to 4 weeks, so that no dark spots develop. You also need to protect the area from sun light to avoid skin ailments.

Always consult someone who has experience in this field.