Visible leg veins can seriously affect self-confidence, as well as cause discomfort and pain over time. Our team of dermal specialists offer a range of treatment options that can be tailored to your needs and goals.
We can treat varicose veins of all shapes, depths, and sizes using our medical-grade technology. We’ll start with a consultation to assess the condition of your varicose veins before creating a custom treatment plan.
Bulging varicose vein treatment can include minimally invasive laser techniques that close off the affected veins, re-routing the blood flow to healthier veins.
Bulging varicose veins are characterised by the visible protrusion of the affected veins. Bulging varicose vein treatment can include minimally invasive laser techniques that close off the affected veins, re-routing the blood flow to healthier veins.
Deep varicose veins can occur when a blood clot forms in a deep vein, usually in the legs. These veins are not always visible but can still cause swelling and discomfort.
Deep varicose veins can occur when a blood clot forms in a deep vein, usually in the legs. These veins are not always visible but can still cause swelling and discomfort. An effective way to treat deep varicose veins is to use laser technology to collapse the affected vein.
Larger varicose veins can be treated with various interventions, depending on the severity of the veins, their location, and your specific condition.
Larger varicose veins can be treated with various interventions, depending on the severity of the veins, their location, and your specific condition. Laser or radiofrequency energy treatments work well for enlarged veins as they seal the vein, causing it to collapse and gradually be absorbed by the body.
Treatment for short saphenous veins is similar to that for other varicose veins and laser technology is an effective medical-grade option.
The short saphenous vein is a superficial vein in the leg that can develop varicose veins or other issues. Treatment for short saphenous veins is similar to that for other varicose veins and laser technology is an effective medical-grade option.
Our qualified dermal clinicians are experienced in administering treatments for a range of skincare issues, including varicose veins. Pop into our Melbourne clinic for a consultation to see how we can help you reach your goals.
Varicose veins can be removed or treated using various medical interventions, depending on the severity and location of the veins.
One of the most popular removal methods is a laser-based treatment in which focused laser energy is used to target and seal the varicose vein, with the blood flow then rerouted to healthier veins.
The choice of treatment method depends on various factors, including the size and location of the varicose vein, the underlying causes, your overall health, and individual preferences. Speaking to an experienced doctor is essential to ensuring the treatment you choose is the best fit for your specific condition.
Using state-of-the-art technology, we can successfully eliminate signs of varicose veins so you can live a more comfortable and confident life.
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Whether or not it's worth getting varicose veins removed depends on several factors:
Alternatively, you can opt for a laser-based treatment to help manage your varicose veins. One of our dermal specialists can explain the different technologies available and create a customised plan that best matches your needs.
While laser treatments can effectively eradicate your varicose veins, there is a possibility for new veins to form after treatment. The risk of recurrent veins can be influenced by underlying causes of your varicose veins, lifestyle choices, or your overall health. Your dermal specialist will be able to explain the treatment in more detail and provide advice on the next steps, including how to reduce or delay new veins from forming.
Varicose veins are primarily caused by weakened or faulty valves within the veins. When these valves do not function properly, blood can flow backward and pool in the veins, leading to their enlargement and the development of varicose veins. Various factors can contribute to the weakening of vein valves, including genetics, age, pregnancy, obesity, and long periods of standing or sitting.
Here are some lifestyle tips on how to manage mild varicose vein conditions:
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