No, but it can reduce or eliminate complaints such as pain, fatigue and night cramps that can be caused by varicose veins. There are two treatment methods for the destruction of varicose veins. Surgical and non-surgical varicose treatment methods (such as intravenous laser, radiofrequency, adhesive).
First of all, the valve insufficiency in the main vein that forms the great heir must be eliminated. The way to do this is to cancel that vein. For this purpose, the most commonly used methods in the world are non-surgical treatments performed through a vein. We can count laser, radiofrequency and adhesive treatment among these. After the main vein problem is resolved, visible varicose veins are also removed by foam treatment, usually in the same session or later.
We can talk about two types of laser treatments. Large varicose veins appear in the saphenous vein. These veins, which were taken out by surgery in the past, are now closed by entering through the vein with the help of laser. Since the laser closes the vein with the effect of heat, the vein does not need to be removed. There is also a cosmetic laser for capillary varicose veins outside the skin. These are applied in sessions according to the needs of the patient.
It is very similar to laser therapy. This is a thermal treatment that works with heat. It is used to cover the main vein. This large vein is entered with a radiofrequency catheter instead of a laser and the vein is closed from the inside. It is very effective like a laser.
Steam therapy is also very similar to laser and radiofrequency, but it is used very rarely. It is preferred in the treatment of the main vein (saphenous vein). The vein is entered with a thin catheter, steam is injected into the vein and the vein is closed.
One of the sticky new treatments. As the name suggests, it closes the vein from the inside with the effect of bonding. Heat is not used. We can say that this treatment is extremely effective.
Patients who are sent to their homes after 2 hours after treatment can usually return to their normal lives after 1 day.
Surgery is a treatment option that has been used for many years, but is now replaced by methods such as laser and radiofrequency. In fact, it’s still a very effective method when done well. There are two types of surgery methods. In the first, the large vein that causes varicose veins is removed. This is usually a vein between the knee and groin. We call this vein the saphenous vein. The second type is the removal of visible varicose veins with very small (1-2 cm long) incisions. We call this phlebectomy. Generally, two surgical methods are used together. The most important issue to be considered in the treatment of varicose veins is the following: If there is a main vessel problem and only visible varicose veins are treated without removing the main vessel, it is inevitable for varicose veins to recur. For this reason, it should be determined whether the patients have internal varicose veins with a detailed examination and examinations. Treatment should be scheduled accordingly.