Unlike chemical sclerosis, the laser is capable of inducing two proteins responsible for tissue repair in response to thermal damage of the dermis,. These substances cause the launch of tissue resorption of damaged tissues.
That is, the destroyed vein is reabsorbed.
Chemical injection sclerosis is within a varicose vein of a sclerosing substance which causes irritation of the inner wall of the vein and subsequent fibrosis causing the gradual disappearance of the varix. The treatment is accompanied by bandage compression methods or simply a pressure pad, leading to a better result.
It is a technique used to occlude varicose veins using the cold. It is a technique that combines certain chemical substances and physical cold that enhances the action of drugs on the vascular endothelium.
Crioesclerosis results are generally comparable to those of other techniques. It is fast, safe and with excellent cosmetic results evident from the first session both in the removal of leg veins and the absence of ” heaviness “, heat and other discomforts associated with the existence of varicose veins. It can be combined with other techniques such as vascular laser.
Sclerosis with microfoam
The technique consists of intravenous injections of a sclerosing agent, a type of chemical that causes the diseased vein to dry, heal and disappear. It destroyes the inside of the veins causing their decline over time.
The microbubbles comprising this foam effectively displace the blood in the vessels and increase the activity of the sclerosing agent. This eliminates, with a minimally invasive procedure, all forms of varicose veins, both small varicose or spider veins and varicose veins associated with venous ulcers or complex malformations
Another advantage over traditional foams is your safety. Microfoam technique minimizes side effects that previously could appear such as skin pigmentation or phlebitis, complications caused by the inflammation of the veins.