Foam echosclerotherapy (removal of the vascular network)
The essence of the technique: a special sclerosing drug is injected into varicose veins. This foam solution is injected through a microneedle, which envelops the walls and fills the vein.
Then you put on a compression stocking that keeps the vein in a compressed state. In 4-6 days the vein sticks together. But compression stockings need to be worn for up to 1 month.
The maximum effect can be felt and seen in 6-12 months.