Phlebology and lyphology
- Medical consultation
- Sclerotherapy: It consists of injecting varicose veins (of different sizes) and telangiectasias (spider veins), substances called "sclerosant", which produce sclerosis of the treated vein, achieving its disappearance.
- Foam sclerotherapy (FOAM): Using a special technique and a sclerosant of soapy type, a foam is formed, which is then injected into a diseased vein. In general, it is used for veins of greater caliber than in conventional sclerotherapy.
- Vascular thermocoagulation: It is performed by a medical device that causes thermal coagulation of the veins, resulting in their immediate disappearance. It is recommended especially in telangiectasias (spider veins) and when other treatments have not had the expected result.
- Phlebological mesotherapy: Application of microinjections with substances that improve symptoms in patients with venous pathology.
- Anti-edematous mesotherapy: Application of microinjections with substances that reduce lower limb edema.
- Analgesic mesotherapy: Application of microinjections with substances that reduce or soothe localized pain.
- Advanced healing of venous ulcers: PHealing of venous ulcers with special dressings adapted to each case.
- DRAINING ABSCESSES Fast, simple and simple. Extraction of contents of cysts, abscesses, etc.
- Mesotherapy for stretch marks: Application of microinjections with substances that improve the appearance of stretch marks.
- Microneedling: By using a device called dermapen, micropunctions are performed, which induce the formation of collagen, improving the appearance of the stretch mark.
- Microdermabrasion: It is a mechanical peel that is responsible for removing the outermost layer of the skin, improving the appearance of skin with stretch marks.
- Plasma pen: It is a novel, safe and effective tool that produces controlled mini burns (such as lasers), acting on the surface, significantly improving the appearance of stretch marks.