Laser and Pulsed Light Vein Treatment
The treatment begins with a consultation of a dermatologist or a phlebologist.
Transcutaneous laser therapy is closure of small blood capillaries both on legs and face, and transcutaneous closure of small veins using a laser. A laser ray is absorbed by red structures of blood vessels, high temperature is achieved and a blood vessel is closed. The procedure requires no anaesthesia; it is sufficient to make cold applications during and after the procedure. After the procedure patients have redness, oedema; scabs may occur.The following lasers are used:
Lumenis Nd/Yag (1064nm),
Wavelight MAYDON Nd/Yag (1064nm), Biolitec 980 nm diode lasers,
Dornier 980 nm diode lasers,
Wavelight KTP (532nm) lasers,
Eufoton 808nm diode lasers.
IPL system - closing of small blood capillaries both on legs and face, and transcutaneous closing of small veins using intense pulsed light.The following equipment is applied:
Lumenis Quantum SR IPL (560 nm), Lumenis M22.