Dr Nathalie FournierDermatovenerology, Jeddah
Would like expert advise on laser treatment for veins and if possible to start the procedure.
Hi, may I ask you to specify which veins you want to treat - tiny varicose veins just under the skin's surface or large veins in the legs? While small varicose veins are treated by simple laser treatment, in the latter case, endovenous laser is used.
However, endovenous laser treatment is effective in approximately 94% cases. Thus, in 6% of the cases, a second treatment is required.
You can choose between radiofrequency and sclerotherapy and vein surgery.
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