Varicose veins treatment

Usually appearing on legs and feet, they are perceived as unappealing and thus removed. However, reasons to undergo surgery, preferably with the use of radiofrequency or laser treatment for varicose veins, might be of medical nature as well – they might turn out to be more than just an aesthetic issue.
Raised, swollen and enlarged, they originate due to a defect in valves controlling flow of blood from your legs to your heart. When you walk or stand the blood pressure in your legs or feet increases. If the valves do not operate properly, blood pools gather, which can turn blue or dark purple, resulting in varicose veins.

Although they are sometimes corrected just for cosmetic reasons, quite often they ache and make you feel discomfort or even lead to more serious problems (e.g. blockage of blood flow). At that point it is no longer a choice – you should have them corrected. We offer a few methods of their removal. Spider vein and varicose vein removal cost, thanks to advantages of radiofrequency and laser treatment, is reasonable (also in comparison to invasive surgery cost).


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EVLT (Endovenous laser treatment)

What is it?  EVLT is a method of treating varicose veins with a help of a laser. It replaces the classic vein stripping surgery which is very painful and quite long. EVLT is quicker, easier, less painful and carries less risk of complications. It allows quick recovery, less bruising and bleeding. It is also very effective (93%-98%). EVLT stands for Endovenous Laser Treatment of Varicose Veins. READ MORE

EVRF (Endovenous radiofrequency treatment)

What is it?  EVRF is the method of treating varicose veins with the help of radiofrequency. It replaces the classic vein stripping surgery and is currently the safest method available. Low operating temperature in this method reduces the risk of scars and burns. EVRF significantly increases postoperative comfort for the patient: less pain, less skin discoloration, much lower risk of complications, no major hematoma. This method is highly efficient (95%-97%) and ideal for closing those veins that are located close to the skin. This method has become prefered for both the patients and the surgeons. EVRF stands for Endovenous Radio Frequency treatment of Varicose Veins. READ MORE