Tag: cosmetic varicose veins

Sclerotherapy or Laser Treatment: Which is better for Varicose Veins?

Greater advances in medical technology mean there is now a wealth of non-surgical treatments to choose from when it comes to treating Varicose Veins. With risks of scarring and recovery times lessened, it can feel the worst part about all of

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Alternatives to vein stripping

50% of varicose veins are treated via a technique known as stripping – a complicated surgical procedure which involves tying off problem veins and removing them. With most patients advised to take 14-21 days off work post-procedure and general anaesthetic commonly

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A look into Varicose Veins

Statistically one in five people will develop Varicose Veins as they age where women are affected more so than men. Varicose Veins normally occur in the legs – often around the backs of the calves, inside of the legs and

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Angelina Jolie’s Vein Concerns: Options for treatment

Angelina Jolie is set to wed her long-time partner, Brad Pitt, later this year and plans on treating the prominent veins on her arms before the wedding. Bulging veins can be a sign of damaged veins, so seeking professional opinion

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Why Varicose Veins Are Worth Treating for Cosmetic Reasons

Should you invest in treating your varicose veins even if they’re not painful? Well varicose veins are not just a cosmetic issue, they can develop into a serious medical issue. While you may be unfazed by their appearance, you will

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