At CMC Hospital Dubai’s Vein Clinic our UK Trained Interventional Radiologists and Vascular Surgeons perform the latest minimally invasive procedures for Varicose Veinsm, including the Gold Standard, Endovenous Ablation Treatment via laser, radiofrequency, glue or MOCA technique.
If you have varicose veins, that typically present as swollen or enlarged veins in the legs and feet, even if asymptomatic it’s likely your unhappy with the appearance. Modern treatment for varicose veins is both painless and quick.
Symptoms of Varicose Veins
At the CMC Vein Clinic in Dubai, we offer a range of treatment options for Varicose Veins including:
This is an office based procedure that doesn’t require anaesthesia. Small and medium-sized varicose veins are injected with a chemical agent that scars and closes veins. In a few weeks, treated varicose veins should fade. Although the same vein may need to be injected more than once, sclerotherapy is effective if done correctly.
Foam Sclerotherapy of Large Veins
Injection of a large vein with a foam solution is also a possible treatment to close a vein and seal it. This is usually indicated if veins are very tortuous and catheter-based options are excluded.
Endovenous Ablation (Laser, Radiofrequency, Glue, MOCA)
This is the golden standard treatment for varicose veins caused by refluxing main veins.
At CMC we only focus on the latest minimally invasive techniques that provide the best patient outcomes. Treatment such as High ligation and Vein Stripping that are associated with higher recurrence and complications are not recommended by our physicians
The success rate of Endovenous ablation is about 90-95%.
Veins that are dark purple or blue in colour. They appear twisted and bulging, often like cords in your legs.
Veins contain valves, which help to return blood to the heart. If the valves are not present or are incompetent (leaky, refluxing), blood will flow back to the legs and feet. This will eventually cause these veins to enlarge. Varicose veins typically affect the superficial venous system in the legs.