What is microphlebectomy?
Or how to get rid of varicose veins forever? Microphlebectomy is a minimally invasive, procedure for treating large surface varicose veins. Bloated, tense subcutaneous veins are carefully removed through small incisions with 2-4 mm size. Stitching is not required and doesn’t leave scars. It is executed using local anesthesia. Special equipment allows for elegant removal of unsightly and often painful veins.
What does the procedure consist of and how long does it take?
The method takes an average of about an hour depending on the size and length of the treated veins. Patients wear a special bandage and elastic sock afterwards for some time. Immediately after the operation small bruises that disappear for a few days are possible, afterwards the aesthetic and therapeutic effect is present.
Where I can undergo microphlebectomy?
Dr. Ivan Kyuchukov practices this mini-invasive method for treating varicose veins. The method is painless unlike the outdated surgical method. Patients recover much faster after microphlebectomy. Immediately after the treatment, patients can return to their normal lifestyle One of the main advantages of this treatment is that it leaves no scars after and you can say "goodbye" to varicose veins. No hospitalization is required afterwards.
In addition to recovering in the comfort of your own home, you will get rid of varicose veins forever!
You can contact Dr. Kjuchukov here and discuss the best method of treatment for your individual condition.