Laser Vericose Vein Surgery in Jaipur

Varicose Vein, also known as, vericoses or vericosities, is a nerve that appears usually on thighs, legs and ankles. Vericose veins are enlarged, swollen and twisted veins and are recognized as blue in color. The vericose vein stops the blood to flow towards the heart and block it from flowing backwards. Vericose vein surgery is hence used when these valves do not function properly due to weakness or any physical/internal damage. The blood gets accumulated in the being thereby causing swelling in the vein and making them vericose. And hence the name vericose vein. However, with the most advanced technology Rejuvenna Cosmo care provides Laser vericose vein surgery in Jaipur.

Causes of Vericose Vein:

There isa number of reasons that leads to the vericose vein. Few of these are:

• Abdominal straining
• Smoking
• Menopause
• Pregnancy
• Heredity
• Hormonal problems
• Obesity
• Prolonged standing
• Venous malformations

Symptoms of Vericose Veins

While normal vein swelling is generally spotted in many and is caused by prolonged standing or strain on veins, the vericose vein is the severe problem identified by:
• Twisted, swollen and lumpy veins
• Blue and dark purple skin visible veins
• Pain in legs
• Shiny skin, that is usually brown near the vericose vein
• Swollen ankles
• Itchy, red and dry skin near the vericose vein
• Leg cramps while standing up from a long rest position
• Pain in legs
• Legs feel heavy, especially at night or after a workout

Types of vericose veins

While us at Rejuvenna care provides the best Laser vericose vein surgery in Jaipur., it is necessary to inform the types of prevailing vericose veins in individuals. Vericose veins can be identified in the following types:
• Spider veins
• Vericose vein trunk
• Reticular varices
• Tropic ulcer
• Chronic venous insufficiency

Laser treatment for a vericose vein in Jaipur

Laser treatment for the vericose vein is a simple treatment that involves the closing of the vericose veins. A small incision is made in the vericose vein and the laser beam is passed through it. The energy generated by the laser beam destroys the vein and collapse it to seal shut. The heat causes the walls of the veins to shut down permanently and disappear over the due course of time. The damaged veins are then burnt off through further treatment. Since these veins are not used in the blood circulation, these are the extra and bulging veins that need to be destroyed for the proper functioning of the body.