Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are dilated veins that swell, cause pain, discomfort, and a lot of tiredness – and are anti-aesthetic. They are symptoms of functional anomalies of the circulatory system, usually appearing under the skin of the legs, bluish in color, accompanied by small bulges.

Rarer in men, they mainly affect women and need to be followed because they can become risk factors for circulatory diseases, damaging veins, producing intravenous clots, arteriovenous fistulas and even tumors.

Factors that cause varicose veins include genetic predisposition, pregnancy, aging, overweight, increased abdominal pressure caused by liver disease, fluid retention, heart failure, and a history of venous thrombosis.

Varicose veins may develop in people who remain long standing or sitting, exerting higher blood pressure on the lower limbs. Frequent physical activity is a good form of prevention. Laser treatments in addition to the use of pulsed light are Cosmiatria’s most modern resources for treating varicose veins.


The OM&A Clinic offers its patients the most up-to-date treatment for varicose veins.



Clinical Dermatology > Varicose Veins

Solution for body vessels and some types of varicose veins, CLACS is a device that combines and enhances the effects of known techniques: transdermal laser, sclerotherapy (glucose injection) and cold air jets, which act as a skin cooler. These are all actions covered by the acronym CLaCS for Cryo-Laser and Cryo-Sclerotherapy.

All actions of the device are guided by the use of Augmented Reality equipment, which helps to locate the veins accurately, making the result even more satisfying.

CLaCS technology offers less discomfort and faster treatment and recovery.

Post-treatment: Normal life, but avoid exposure to sunlight.

Protocol: 1 session.

Result: Immediate and gradual for 2 weeks.

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