5 Options for Surgery for Varicose Veins

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Surgery for varicose veins is used when other forms of non-invasive treatment, such as diet or use of compression stockings, for example, have failed to eliminate or disguise varicose veins.

There are several types of varicose vein removal Dubai surgery to remove varicose veins from the legs; however, no one is definitive. One can contact Novomed to discuss with experts about your condition.

5 Options for Surgery for Varicose Veins

So, the most common types of surgery for varicose veins are:

Foam injection

In this technique, also known as foam sclerotherapy, the doctor injects special foam directly into the dilated veins that are causing the varicose veins. This foam leads to the development of scars on the walls of the vein, causing it to close and prevent blood from continuing to circulate through the vessel.

  1. Laser surgery

Laser surgery is indicated to treat small vessels or varicose veins, and is done with the light of a laser applied directly on the vessel of the varix. This light causes heat inside the vessel eliminating it slowly until it disappears completely.

  1. Radiofrequency

This type of surgery works much like laser surgery because it uses heat inside the vessel to close the varix. To do this, the doctor inserts a small catheter into the vein to be treated and then, using radiofrequency, heats the tip, leaving it warm enough to bring the vessel to close.

  1. Microsurgery

Varicose vein microsurgery, also known as ambulatory phlebectomy, is done in the surgeon’s office with local anesthesia. In this surgery, the doctor makes small cuts on the varicose veins and removes the vessels that are causing the most superficial varicose veins.

  1. Removal of the saphenous vein

This operation is also known as traditional surgery and is used in the case of deeper or larger varices. In these cases, the doctor cuts the leg and removes the entire saphenous vein, which is not working properly.