Varicose and spider veins could be unsightly and painful medical conditions affecting several men and women worldwide. Varicose veins would develop due to the weakening of the blood vessel walls. The result would be creating an abnormal blood flow. 

The major cause of varicose and spider veins would be genetics. However, any activity or condition putting pressure on the veins inclusive of weight gain, standing and sitting for a significant length of time, or pregnancy could contribute largely to their development. 

Laser Varicose Vein Surgery Treatment 

Laser vein treatments, also known as evlt utilizes Endovenous Laser Treatment technology. The treatment has been covered by most health insurance plans. It enables men and women of all ages to eliminate throbbing, aching, unsightly veins without conventional leg vein surgery such as varicose vein stripping. Treatment has been relatively easy and quick. It does not need a lengthy recovery period. 

Results have shown high satisfaction with patients using evlt treatments. The treatment could be performed on an outpatient basis under local anesthesia. 

Advantages of an evlt treatment 

Find below a few essential benefits offered by evlt treatment. 

  • Excellent aesthetic results 
  • Little processing time 
  • Small downtime 
  • Minimum discomfort 

What veins could be treated with evlt laser treatments 

The treatment has been designed for the Greater Saphenous vein. When the major vein of the leg becomes incompetent, it would be held responsible for the development of most varicose veins. evlt has been an effective alternative to traditional surgical stripping of the Greater Saphenous vein. 

Are you a candidate for laser vein treatment? 

If you were a candidate for treatment, the medical technician would arrange for a completely noninvasive mapping ultrasound performed in the office. The ultrasound would show the affected saphenous veins along with providing a map for the physician on the treatment day. 

Understanding the treatment 

On your laser treatment day, you would be given a local anesthetic to the length of the vein. It would make the treatment painless for the patient. With the help of ultrasound technology, a thin laser fiber would be threaded through a significantly small entry point. It would be done near the knees of the patient. 

After the insertion of the laser fiber, the targeted laser energy would be delivered inside the saphenous vein wall. It would close the vein to re-route the blood. The treatment would take nearly one to three hours and you could resume your routine activities immediately after the treatment.