The condition known as varicose veins occurs when swollen veins develop under the skin.
These veins appear as dark blue or purple lumps on the skin. The condition mainly affects the legs, calf and thighs. This condition is more common in women than in men and almost a third of people in London.
Pregnant or recently pregnant women should wait for at least six weeks before considering surgical varicose veins removal by Faceneckliftsurgeon.co.uk. This is because many of the veins that were present during pregnancy will disappear six weeks after delivery.
In some instances, individuals with varicose veins may want to remove them solely for cosmetic reasons. These are instances where the condition has no painful effects on a patient. In such cases it is advisable to avoid cosmetic surgery as a treatment option and instead consider other available treatment methods.
The cost of varicose veins removal will depend on the removal method selected by a patient. There are various treatment methods available, with the most common being endovenous laser. Before selecting any treatment method it is important to consult a cosmetic surgeon from faceneckliftsurgeon.co.uk for their expert opinion.