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Varicose clinic

Intravenous laser of lower extremity varicose veins & intravenous radio frequency 
Micro-sclerotherapy for the treatment of superficial varices 
Doppler-guided foam sclerotherapy 
Laser of superficial and spider capillaries 

Varicose Veins 

Veins are blood vessels responsible for returning the blood from limbs to the heart. 
The veins of the legs are of two types: superficial and deep veins. If pigeonhole valves of superficial veins are destroyed and blood cannot return through these dilated veins properly, these veins become swollen and twisted gradually, leading to the increased diameter and inappropriate appearance of the lower limbs, which is called varicose. 

Symptoms of varicose veins

This disease is rather prevalent and causes bulging veins, feeling of heaviness and fatigue in  the legs, swollen legs, skin color changes, mild pain, and in advanced cases, it can cause ulcers on legs. 

Causes of varicose veins

Age, gender, family history, heritage, pregnancy, obesity, standing or sitting still for a long time

Treatment of varicose vines 

Previously, the most conventional treatment method was surgery that required anesthesia and hospitalization, and was associated with its own problems. 
Now, surgery is replaced with newer techniques. 

More appropriate treatment 

Lazer & RF 

This procedure is done as an outpatient procedure without anesthesia. 
This, flexible laser fiber of RF will be inserted into the vein through a small hole on the skin, and leaves the vein during the radiation of laser or RF waves. 
As a result, defective veins will be closed in a short time and varicose veins can be improved. 

Function of RF or laser in the treatment of varicose veins

Laser of radio waves will be radiated to the walls of dilated veins for shrinking the vein walls. 

side effects of varicose veins obstruction

After treatment, blood flows through superficial veins and the other deep veins of the leg instead of these veins. In this method, only unhealthy veins will be blocked. 

Preparations for surgery
No special rest is needed after the treatment. You will only have bandages for one week. One hour after the treatment, you can move with your leg and return to your normal activities and routines. 

Resting after the surgery

No special rest is needed after the surgery. You will only have bandages for one week. One hour after the treatment, you can move with your leg and return to your normal activities and routines. 

The success rate treatment of varicose veins 

Through this procedure, 97% of the improvement will be achieved in the first session and if no result is achieved, the procedure can be repeated and the chance of improvement will be 100%. 

Spider veins are small capillaries scattered on the skin surface and can be easily seen. 
The incidence of this type of capillaries is among the problems that most women are facing. Small capillaries on the leg surface are not aesthetically appropriate. 
However, it usually has no danger to the patient. These veins may appear due to skin disease, hormonal changes, and even exposure to sunlight and sometimes may indicate deep vein insufficiency . 
It is treatable through both micro-sclerotherapy and laser methods. 


It is an appropriate method for the treatment of superficial capillaries. That is, sclerosing substance is injected into these capillary networks via very thin needles, which is usually done in several sessions. 

Micro-sclerotherapy complications
Micro sclerotherapy can slightly change the color of capillary network into pale brown, which disappears over time. 

Recurrence after the treatment 
Yes, there is a possibility of recurrence, which could be treated again through the same method. 

Laser of superficial spider capillaries 

Laser is another suitable method for the treatment of superficial spider varicose veins. in that, laser radiation of the capillaries surface will lead to the obstruction of capillaries. Thus, he superficial spider varicose disappears. The varies are non-injectable owing to the very small diameter of the capillaries.
Thus, they are treatable with laser method. 

Veins with a diameter of above 1.5 mm cannot be treated through laser radiation. 
In these cases, using special medicines, which are injected into the veins very thin needles led by Doppler, these veins will be obstructed and destroyed over time. 

Complications of foam sclerotherapy

slight color change inside the injected veins, which usually disappears within 3 to 6 months. 

Bandage duration 

Usually after drug injection into varicose veins (foam sclerothepary), the injection site will be closed for 3 days with a bandage. 

Rest after the surgery 

No, after foam sclerotherappy, you can return to your routine activities without any limitations. 

The advantage of laser and RF techniques to surgery for treatment of varicose veins:

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