Nowadays having varicose veins is very common to us especially to those people who are involved in a lot of standing. Varicose veins are veins that are visible and bulging. They are treated according to the size of the varicose vein. If it is an inner vein you can try the latest varicose vein treatment charleston called the endovenous laser ablation. It is a technique of destroying the cause of varicose veins using a laser under local anaesthetic - and has many advantages over the old and out of date stripping method of surgery. At the EVLA procedure, the surgeon uses ultrasound to locate the vein to be treated. Once the laser is fired, the heat and energy from the laser collapses your vein walls and causes the veins to disintegrate.
Most patients don't feel the laser being fired, but you may experience a slight tingling or heat sensation. The endovenous laser treatment is finished when the ultrasonography shows your vessel has fallen to pieces for most or all of its length. For large veins you can try microphlebectomy which is performed when the diseased veins are too large to remove with sclerotherapy. Sclerotherapy is typically used for spider veins and varicose veins that are less than 6 millimeters in length. This is generally offered to patients who have tried compression stockings and leg elevation without much success