Varicose veins treatment in Tunisia

With aging comes many difficulties to the human body, one of which is losing the ability to move freely and without any pain.

And this can happen to any part of your body and especially your varicose veins, this will make your joints unable to move as they should, which can present a very big problem for many people.

Because of this problem many people lose the ability to move and perform their everyday activities and hobbies which can result in sever depression and physical pain every time you try to move.

So what is the solution you might ask? Well MedEspoir is here today to give you the best answer for that question, because today we offer you the varicose veins treatment in Tunisia.

This innovative and highly successful medical procedure is the most efficient way to get rid of varicose veins pain and be able to move as freely as you want.

With MedEspoir you will have access to the best medical team in all of Tunisia and at the lowest and most affordable price.

Varicose veins treatment Tunisia

How much does varicose vein treatment in Tunisia cost ?

To make the best choice when searching fo the best place to have your cosmetic surgery, you must take into consideration both affordability and professionalism.

This is why MedEspoir is the best choice when it comes to that, because we offer the best medical team in all of Tunisia with the lowest and most affordable prices.

Our all-inclusive package allows you to have the varicose vein treatment in Tunisia and save 70% on it’s cost, making it the most budget friendly price on the market.

Our all-inclusive package covers:

  • The cost of the medical tools that will be used during or after the treatment.
  • The doctor’s payment.
  • All operation related transportation.
  • The hotel room during your visit to Tunisia.
  • The postoperative care and medication.

What is Varicose veins treatment ?

The treatment of varicose veins in Tunisia is a set of methods of aesthetic medicine designed to treat and overcome varicose veins whether large volume or small superficial varicose veins.

Visible and unsightly, varicose veins affect a large part of the population and a large majority of women. If left untreated, varicose veins get worse over time and can cause pain and complications.

There are three methods of treating varicose veins recognized for their effectiveness:

  • Treatment of varicose veins by sclerotherapy.
  • Laser treatment of varicose veins.
  • Treatment of varicose veins by phlebotomy.

How is a varicose vein treatment performed ?

There are, therefore, several methods to treat varicose veins and the choice of one or the other of these methods will be up to the surgeon.

Treatment of varicose veins by sclerotherapy

Course of a sclerotherapy session

Sclerotherapy (vascular sclerosis) is a non-surgical outpatient procedure designed to reduce the appearance of varicose veins and small superficial varicose veins. Through sclerotherapy can eliminate unsightly varicose veins that appear in the legs, face or virtually any part of the body.

Sclerotherapy is minimally invasive, it only involves the use of a micro-needle to inject a solution that makes unwanted varicose veins disappear.

With a micro-needle, the sclerosing solution is injected into the vein, causing it to harden and fade over time.

Because pain is minimal or non-existent for patients, anesthesia is rarely needed.

In general, the processing time lasts between 30 minutes and an hour.

For optimal results, two or more sclerotherapy treatments are usually required.

Postoperative period after a sclerotherapy session.

After the sclerotherapy treatment, compression bandages are usually applied to increase pressure and reduce inflammation in the veins.

Bandages can usually be removed after one or two days, although support may be needed for about two weeks.

Bruising and swelling are normal after the operation, the doctor will provide you with the necessary medication.

Moderate exercise is recommended to increase blood circulation.

If sclerotherapy is performed on the leg, it is advisable to keep it elevated.

Complications of sclerotherapy can be blood clotting, skin inflammation, allergic reactions and changes in skin pigmentation, although these rarely occur.

Laser treatment of varicose veins.

There are several types of lasers that can be used to treat varicose veins and varicose veins in the legs, face, or other parts of the body.

It will be the doctor who decides which is the best way to treat your specific case.

Some of the lasers put to use for tattoo removal and used to treat veins include light yellow laser, green laser light, and other intense pulsed light systems.

Although laser treatment is still not used as often as sclerotherapy, some doctors believe it could become the standard for treating varicose veins.

The treatment is non-invasive and can be done in a doctor’s office.

This method involves placing a special catheter or very small tube into the vein, and once inside, the catheter sends radiofrequency energy to cause the vein wall to contract and close.

Aftermath of a laser session.

Serious side effects or complications from this surgery are rare.

One of the most common side effects is a slight bruise, however, when general anesthesia is used, there is always a risk of cardiac and respiratory complications.

The risks are similar to those of sclerotherapy, bleeding and blood congestion can be a problem but does not require any additional treatment.

It is also possible for wound infection, inflammation, swelling and redness to appear.

Treatment of varicose veins by phlebectomy

Ambulatory phlebectomy is a type of varicose vein treatment surgery that removes varicose veins from the legs. If performed on an outpatient basis under local anesthesia, the plastic surgeon or dermatologist will make small skin incisions and extract the veins in small segments.

With this surgery, a special light source is used to mark the location of the vein.

Small incisions are made in the vein, then with surgical hooks the vein is removed from the leg.

This surgery requires local or regional anesthesia.

Aftermath of a Phlebectomy session

Sutures are not required and unless a compression bandage is required for seven days, patients can return to normal activities after 24 hours of treatment.

What are the results of a varicose vein treatment ?

The treatment of varicose veins produces excellent results in the short and long term.

Ambulatory phlebectomy is a minimally invasive procedure that does not require stitches and leaves minimal or no scarring.

Since varicose veins are removed manually, they should not reappear, although patients with a family history of varicose veins may notice that varicose veins recur over time.

If the compression dressing is worn for the first week indicated, healing after varicose vein removal surgery is rapid and produces very little or no pain.

The goal of sclerotherapy is to improve the appearance of unsightly veins.

After each sclerotherapy session, the veins will disappear. However, because bruising usually occurs, results may not be visible for two weeks.

Sclerotherapy does not prevent the formation of new varicose veins on the surface of the skin, so it should not be considered a permanent solution for treating spider veins and varicose veins.

Most patients are satisfied with the results of sclerotherapy and appreciate the improvement in the appearance of their skin.

Since laser surgery is recommended for superficial varicose veins, they provide excellent results and can be considered as a “seasonal” or adjunctive treatment.

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