Transcutaneous lasertherapy is a specific treatment for varicose veins that we call aesthetics. It consists in the application of a laser impulse through the skin that “attacks” in a selective way the superficial varicose veins causing their denaturation, coagulation and subsequent resorption and disappearance. As it is performed through the skin, it is a treatment that is applied to the most superficial varicose veins. It has the advantage that it does not require incisions or punctures, so it is a good alternative for patients with panic to needles or hypersensitivity to sclerosing substances.
In IVEI, we also have in our clinics the K-Laser Blue laser system. This system works with two different spectra of laser light, red light to stimulate tissues and minimize the pain of treatment, and blue light, which most selectively attacks superficial vessels causing minimal damage to the skin.
This latest technology allows us to apply the transcutaneous laser as the best coadjuvant treatment, allowing us to achieve the best possible aesthetic results.
Small telangiectasias in any location: legs, nose, cheekbones, sternal area. (Treatment of choice).
Ruby points. (Treatment of choice).
Large teleangiectasias (Complementary treatment to sclerotherapy).
Stellate angiomas. (Treatment of choice).