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Treatment for Blue Veins Removal Being Implemented

Blue veins often appear around the eyes and face and can be an extraordinarily embarrassing sight. In fact, they can appear on one’s face regardless of age, and even affect teenagers as young as 13 and 14 years old. Whether the individual is young or old, blue veins can have considerable negative effects on one’s quality of life. When veins become abnormally thick, enlarged, and blue, they are called varicose veins.

Commonly found in the veins of the legs and thighs, blue veins develop when muscles surrounding the deep veins contract, which empties the deeper veins and causes a buildup of pressure to occur. More women than men are susceptible to these varicose veins, which have been linked to heredity.

There are various to effectuate vein removal. Vein disorder treatment can range from the most non-invasive treatment options, such as elevating the legs, exercising, wearing of compression stockings, and taking anti-inflammatory medications to surgical methods. Some health professionals recommend open surgery while others prefer the newer methods of endovenous laser treatment or radio frequency ablation.

But blue veins on the face can create even worse repercussions. The International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies (IFFPSS) in Rome, Italy met for their annual congress from May 9 to 12. Vein specialist Dr. David Ellis was there to present the findings of his study to over 2000 doctors and practitioners with regards to a revolutionary new treatment for the removal of blue veins or vein removal located on his patient’s faces.

The studies conducted by Dr. Ellis showed that this new treatment for the condition is a much safer and more effective way to remove these blue veins. It does not cause severe skin damage and worse even blindness compared to traditional treatments like sclerosing injectables. Other are also surgical procedures for vein removal are not advisable as these can leave the patient with swelling and bruising of the face. In most cases, patients who had surgical treatment will suffer reoccurrences of the condition shortly thereafter.

ND: YAG laser by Cutera is used during this innovative treatment. The result of Dr. Ellis’s study is a significant contribution to the problem of varicose veins. He proved that when given proper treatment: about 40% of patients taking the procedure only need a single treatment and only 50% of patients will require 2 visits to gain the benefits of the treatment. However, using this new laser treatment offers no respite. Additional advantage of this type of vein removal is that no anaesthetic is required. Most patients finished the procedure in a jiffy and leave with full confidence of their new look. More good effect noted by Dr. Ellis is that patients went about as long as two year without seeing any kind of reoccurrence of these blue spider veins or varicose veins on their countenance..

This vein removal treatment is really worth the time and expenses it incurs as it causes only minimal discomfort and no anaesthetic is required. With the outstanding contribution of Dr. Ellis, many blue veins sufferers are exploring new laser treatment to combat varicose veins. If you have any questions about varicose veins treatment, contact a vein specialist near you.

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