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Closing the vessels

Closing blood vessels using laser therapy and thermolysis are two popular methods used in dermatology and aesthetic medicine to reduce visible blood vessels on the skin and body. Both technologies are effective, although they differ slightly in the techniques used.

Closing blood vessels with a diode laser

Laser therapy is often used to treat capillaries on the skin. This method uses strong pulses of light emitted by special vascular lasers. The main advantages of closing blood vessels with a laser are precision and selectivity in the action on blood vessels. The laser emits light of a specific wavelength, which is selectively absorbed by the hemoglobin contained in the blood vessels. This heats up and damages the capillaries, leading to their contraction or closure. The body then enters the process of removing damaged capillaries, and the skin becomes brighter and more uniform.

Closing capillaries with thermolysis

Thermolysis, also known as electrocoagulation or electrothermolysis, is another popular method of capillary closure. This technique uses an electric current to generate heat, which is transferred to the blood vessels. The current is delivered by a thin wire placed in a capillary or an electrode placed on the skin near the vessel. The heat causes the proteins in the capillary walls to coagulate, which leads to their closure. Thermolysis can be used for various sizes and types of capillaries, from small telangiectasias on the face to larger venectasias on the legs.

Improving circulation: Thanks to increased blood flow, pressotherapy supports tissue oxygenation, which contributes to improving their condition and appearance.
Both methods, whether laser or thermolysis, are performed by experienced specialists, such as dermatologists or cosmetologists. The choice of the appropriate method depends on the individual needs of the patient, the type of capillaries, their location and other factors. Before proceeding with the capillary closing procedure, it is recommended to consult a specialist who will select the appropriate therapy and present the expected results and possible side effects.
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