How to effectively remove blood vessels?
When we are dealing with dilated blood vessels, we can quite quickly see how serious the problem is.
Its first symptom is erythema, and although it seems to disappear relatively quickly, over time it not only returns, but also perpetuates. As a result, we have to take into account the presence of dilated blood vessels piercing through the epidermis in the form of red threads. These changes bear the professional title of teleangiectasia. If we are dealing with an advanced stage, these threads adhere tightly to each other, so we can get the impression that the redness is uniform. Of course, external factors also have a significant influence on vasodilatation. In this context, mention should be made, inter alia, of skin exposure to excessive exposure to sunlight, too frequent use of solarium, wind, frost, large temperature fluctuations and long-term use of steroids, especially if this involves administering them locally.
Clinical symptoms vary, and thus the procedure itself, which proves to be effective, also requires an individual approach to the patient. The treatment turns out to be effective mainly because we are dealing with the phenomenon of absorption of light energy by red blood pigment. Then the same energy is converted into heat and the blood temperature rises. Once the blood is at the right temperature, it coagulates and destroys the vessel wall. These after some time is removed from the body.
The treatment is used primarily when we want to get rid of vascular lesions that appeared on the face, décolletage, neck and trunk. It is effective not only in the case of erythema, but also in the case of flat and cavernous angiomas and dilated vessels. It can also be used to effectively fight against vascular lesions on legs, including varicose veins, small varicose veins and small dilated vessels, as well as haemorrhoids.
You don't have to prepare for the procedure itself in a complicated way, but it's worth remembering that for four weeks before it is performed, you shouldn't sunbathe those areas, from which you plan to remove the disturbing vascular changes. It is also recommended to stop using self-tanning products ten days before the procedure. Even before the procedure, a consultation must take place. During its duration, the doctor examines the vascular lesions and informs the patient about how best to remove them. At this point, the patient learns, among other things, about the number and frequency of treatments that need to be performed in order for this goal to be achieved.
The therapy consists of about five treatments spread over time, the disappearance of the removed lesion occurs spontaneously. Patients may already feel uncomfortable while performing the procedure. Its character is varied, so it can be, among other things, baking and pinching. Therefore, the practice of anesthesia through the supply of cold air is becoming more and more common. Treatments are usually repeated every three or four weeks with small shifts. Already after its implementation, the skin may be reddened, but it does not last longer than for a few days.