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  • September 16, 2017

    Simply put, the laser heats up the vein and the vein coagulates until it disappears. The patient, at the time of using the laser, will only feel a small blow, because both before and after that burst of light the area is cooled. Usually it takes a maximum of 5 sessions, each lasting twenty minutes, for all of them to be completely eliminated.

    The type of laser will depend on the thickness of the vein to be treated. It is a very good option for very fine veins, that is, less than 4 mm; both at the level of the legs, as in the chest or face. Even those that are smaller than 1 mm can be treated. Also for patients who are afraid of needles or are allergic to sclerosing-type substances. The inflammation is short-lived.