Treatment for Telangiectasias or Spider Veins
The treatment for spider veins, used since the 1930s, is carried out with Foam Sclerotherapy. This involves applying a sealing foam sclerosant to close the small vessels in the legs, preventing inflammation and dilation of the veins.
Additionally, for the treatment of Telangiectasias or broken red vessels, it can be done with specialized Vascular Laser as a complement or in conjunction with Foam Sclerotherapy or Conventional Sclerotherapy.
Or it can also be chosen as the primary option.
Both superficial red vessels, medium green and purple vessels, and light blue varicose veins (varículas) can be treated with these two procedures.
In addition, dermocosmetic therapy is employed alongside venotonic oral and topical treatments, elastic compression stockings, and as previously mentioned, Vascular Laser.
Results are achieved immediately, with no risk and no discomfort. The advantage is that it is an outpatient procedure.
Dr. María Fernanda Benavides
Medical Surgeon from Universidad del Bosque in Bogotá, with a Master’s degree in Aesthetic Medicine and Laser in Medical and Interventionist Aspects from Universidad Islas Baleares in Palma Mallorca – Spain. She also holds two diplomas, one in Ultrasonic Hydrolipoclasia and Facial Rejuvenation from the International School of Aesthetic Medicine in Rome – Italy, and another in Clinical Trichology from Universidad Nuestra Señora del Rosario in Bogotá. With over 15 years of experience in aesthetic treatments, including both body and facial procedures, as well as laser equipment treatments utilizing cutting-edge technology.