Relief from leg cramps & swelling
No more compression socks
Improved quality of life
No need for general anesthesia
Quick recovery time
Amazing success rate
After laser therapy, the veins frequently start to look paler. However, the size of the vein affects how long it takes for your body to reabsorb (break down) the vein after therapy. It can take up to 12 weeks for smaller veins to heal entirely. While larger veins could take 6 to 9 months to heal entirely.
Once the veins have been effectively treated and reabsorbed by your body, they won't come back. However, throughout the following years, you'll probably develop new veins in other places that require laser therapy due to genetics and other causes. These new veins developed after your initial laser treatment and weren't there before.
With laser vein therapy, there is no recovery period. However, for 48 hours following your laser vein treatment, we do advise against engaging in high-impact activities and heated surroundings (such as hot tubs, saunas, and baths). This will ensure that the veins remain closed and that your laser treatment will be effective.
Yes. Doctors often use ice packs, chilled gel, and a gold-plated sapphire cooling tip on our laser to assist keep your skin cool while receiving laser therapy for your comfort. Many people find laser therapy to be very comfortable with these precautions. It has a very comparable feel to a little cracking rubber band without any comfort.
Redness and minor swelling are the most frequent side effects of laser vein therapy. These side effects might persist for up to 2 days, but they normally go away sooner. They resemble little bug bites in appearance. Although bruises are a rare side effect, they might happen and usually go away in 7–10 days.
The price of laser vein therapy is determined by how long the laser operation takes. The number of veins present that need to be treated determines how long it will take to achieve the best results. For the best results, three to four treatments are usually necessary. Once more, the quantity and size of the veins that require treatment determine the number of treatments required.