Does EVLA Work?
Endovenous laser ablation only necessitates a small incision on the skin’s surface. It doesn’t entail an extended downtime, allowing patients to resume their work and other daily activities immediately. As a non-surgical treatment, it’s also safer, and the risk of complications, such as deep vein thrombosis and infections is lower. Furthermore, long-term data gathered over the past two decades show that endovenous laser ablation ensures lasting results with a negligible risk of recurrence.
The EVLA Procedure
The Pros & Cons of EVLA
Pros of Endovenous Laser Ablation
- Doesn’t leave visible marks and scars.
- No disruption to your daily activities; resume work immediately.
- Procedure concludes within an hour.
- No risk of skin discoloration or harsh side effects.
- Minimal post-treatment discomfort.
Cons of Endovenous Laser Ablation
- The procedure involves needles.
- More post-treatment discomfort than RFA treatment.
- You must avoid heavy workouts for a week.
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