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Capillary Varicose Treatment

One of the tens of different types of varicose disease is “Capillary Varicose” and its derivatives. Capillary varicose usually occurs in the central veins of the leg, due to the form of the disease we call mild internal varicose veins. As the blood flow slows down, the pressure in the leg veins increases. This increase causes subcutaneous, dirty blood leakage in the leg. These thin veins coming from the center of the leg cause the blood to leak back, and the dirty blood is directed under the skin, resulting in the formation of pink, purple and sometimes green common spider veins. In our patients, first of all, medical treatment is started, and the severity, levels, and width, length, diameter and blood flow direction of the leg veins are very important and the first step of the treatment by performing vessel color Doppler ultrasound analysis on both legs.

In addition to ultrasound, subcutaneous varicose veins are mapped with infrared light scanning at the Saygın Clinic. Thus, treatment applications of “continuous capillary spawning” leak points that form spider veins are performed in the Saygın Clinic with combined methods such as foam sclerotherapy, diode laser, Nd-yag 1064 Nm Radio frequency (Surgitron).

In capillary varicose disease, first of all, the doctor who will perform the procedure and treatment should carefully understand the cause of the disease by performing color Doppler ultrasound while the patient is standing. In capillary disease: internal varicose veins, hormonal imbalance, superficial vein varices or perforating vein varices can be caused by many reasons. The most important step in the treatment of capillary or spider veins is the correct detection and treatment of the underlying cause. After this step, when the main disease that multiplies the capillaries disappears, the most effective treatment is always foam treatment. In foam treatment, a special vaso-occlusive drug that is foamed in the injector is injected into the capillaries by using a needle tip that is thinner than the hair. This procedure is painless. At the end of this treatment, only those that are too thin and too pink to be injected with drugs are shot with Nd-YAG 1064 laser or 1000 nm Diode lasers. The most important point here is that the capillaries may not disappear as if they were erased with an eraser at the time of application. The full effect of most treatments occurs within 4 to 8 weeks.