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Laser Surgery For Varicose Vein (EVLT)

Varicose veins are swollen and enlarged veins. They are commonly seen in the legs. Varicose veins develop when valves in veins become damaged and ineffective. Varicose Vein Surgeon perform Surgery to close or remove these veins.

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    What is the root cause of varicose veins?

    According to Dr. Purnendu Bhowmik, who is considered to be the best varicose vein doctor in Kolkata, varicose veins develop due to weak or damaged venous walls and valves. Risk factors include genetics, age, pregnancy and sitting or standing for long periods of time.

    Can varicose veins go away?

    Unfortunately, varicose veins do not heal with time unless intervened by a vascular surgeon in Kolkata.

    What happens if varicose veins are left untreated?

    Varicose veins, when left untreated, lead to serious complications, including rashes, infections, bleeding, sores and blood clots. If your leg is already swollen, it may lead to more serious complications, says the varicose vein specialist in Kolkata.

    When should you worry about varicose veins?

    If you have varicose veins do consult your doctor when you have the following symptoms:
    • Continuous excruciating pain and inflammation in the legs
    • Heaviness along with dull, achy feeling in the legs

    Will varicose vein laser treatment in Kolkata help for this condition?

    Yes. Surgical treatment usually helps in relieving symptoms associated with varicose veins. In more than 80% of people, it improves symptoms like pain, swelling and itching or makes them disappear completely, and the cosmetic look of the legs becomes better afterwards.

    What is EVLT procedure?

    Endovenous laser treatment (EVLT), performed by varicose vein surgeon, is a novel technique in Kolkata used for treating this condition. Diode laser is used to ablate the varicose vein in a minimally invasive procedure.

    Is EVLT procedure painful?

    No, not at all. During an EVLT session, patients usually do not feel any discomfort. There is no pain even when the procedure is over and the effect of anaesthesia is gone

    How long does it take for veins to disappear after the laser procedure (EVLT)?

    Immediately after the procedure the venous lumen is obliterated and the external appearance of venous engorgement disappears. The leg is completely wrapped with a compressive dressing. After about one week, you will start to notice the difference in the prominence of varicose veins, but complete response may take weeks to months

    Is endovenous laser treatment safe?

    Endovenous laser treatment (EVLT) is a very safe and effective treatment for varicose veins and it can cure venous reflux disease in just one office visit

    What happens after EVLT?

    In the early post-procedural period of EVLT, most of the patients feel mild tightness in the treated areas, but these effects usually do not last long.

    Can you walk after varicose vein surgery?

    Yes. In fact, walking is encouraged immediately after the procedure

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    What our patients say

    Swarnprava Sahu

    Underwent varicose vein laser surgery by Dr. Purnendu. It is really a minimally invasive technique. I was discharged same day of the procedure and I was walking after 3 hours of the surgery. Great outcome till now

    Biswajit Pradhan

    Had varicose veins in both my legs. Underwent laser varicose vein surgery at Dr.Purnendu’s centre. It was a completely hasselfree experience. I recommend him for all.

    Deepti Wason

    Visited Dr.Purnendu Bhowmik at Iris Hospital for varicose vein. He suggested laser surgery. All the required investigations were done same day hasselfree at the hospital. Covid sample was also taken same day. Following my surgery, I was asked to walk within 2 hours

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