Phlebology

Keep your legs healthy and beautiful

Endovenous laser therapy (EVLT) is a modern, safe and effective method of treating varicose veins of lower limbs.

Phlebology

EVLT (Endovenous Laser Treatment) – laser ablation of varicose veins

Transcutaneous vascular therapies

Biostimulation of venous wounds and ulcers

Laser ablation of varicose veins of lower limbs

Laser ablation of varicose veins of lower limbs

Laser treatment of ulcers and hard-to-heal wounds

Laser treatment of ulcers and hard-to-heal wounds

Advantages of laser therapy in vascular surgery

  • State-of-the-art equipment for unprecedented precision
  • High precision due to strong laser beam focusing capability
  • High selectivity – affecting only those tissues that absorb the laser wavelength used
  • Pulse mode operation to protect adjacent tissues from thermal damage
  • The ability to affect tissues without physical contact with the patient’s body improves sterility
  • More patients qualified for this type of procedure as opposed to conventional surgery

Benefits for the patient

  • High procedure effectiveness
  • No hospitalization required (released home on the day of surgery)
  • No incisions or postoperative scars, excellent esthetic result
  • Short procedure duration
  • Possibility to perform the procedure under any type of anesthesia, including local anesthesia
  • Quick recovery and rapid return to daily activities
  • Reduced post-operative pain
  • Minimized risk of vein perforation and carbonization
  • Laser treatment requires much less medication
  • No need to wear compression garments for more than 7 days

Versatile application of SMART M SURGERY in vascular surgery

Endovenous laser therapy (EVLT) is a modern, safe and effective method of treating varicose veins of lower limbs, which has recently become the gold standard for the treatment of lower extremity venous insufficiency. It involves inserting an optical fiber, which emits laser energy peripherally (360º), into the failing vein under ultrasound guidance. By withdrawing the fiber, the laser energy induces an ablation effect from the inside, which causes shrinkage and closure of the vein lumen. After the procedure, only a small mark is left at the puncture site, and the treated vein undergoes fibrosis over a period of several months. The laser can also be used for percutaneous vascular closure and to accelerate healing of wounds and ulcers.

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