Treatment of the legs
Beautiful legs and feet are attractive and are part of an appealing appearance.
But our legs and feet work hard for a lifetime, and more and more people are suffering from complaints in this area.
Vein problems or rheumatic complaints in the legs and feet should be stopped as early as possible to avoid further and sometimes unsightly consequences.
But not only wear and tear but also natural aging leaves traces on our legs. Most of the time, the slackness of the skin and tissue on the thighs appears earlier than on the upper arms. Depending on the connective tissue’s quality, the legs often show a loss of skin elasticity in middle age.
If exercise and dieting don't make any real improvement, liposuction and / or skin tightening can produce the desired result.
More beautiful legs through:
- Targeted liposuction and body forming
- Thigh lift
- Optimization of the leg shape
- Reduction of cellulites
- Vascular and venous surgery: varicose veins, dilated veins
- Thigh lift: Weight fluctuations or even severe weight loss after a diet contribute to sagging tissue and skin on the thighs.
- Liposuction: In the case of medium to large excess skin, it makes sense to combine liposuction with a lift. With this treatment, the thighs become firmer and slimmer at the same time.
- Vascular treatment: Symptoms such as heaviness in the legs or edema are often caused by varicose veins. Varicose veins are widened, tortuous and superficial veins and are caused by weak connective tissue in the vein wall or by excessive volume and pressure. The most modern methods are now available for medical-plastic surgery to remove varicose veins or dilated veins from the leg.
- Cellulite Treatment: Cellulite is a connective tissue disease that only affects women. The connective tissue fibers lose their elasticity over time and the fatty tissue changes its structures. Strong weight fluctuations can also have a negative impact on connective tissue.
Varicose veins (technical term varices) are enlarged, mostly tortuous and superficial veins. These often lead to a feeling of heaviness in the legs or to edema. They arise from weak connective tissue in the vein wall or from excessive volume and pressure.
Treatment methods: there are now the most modern methods in medical-plastic surgery to remove varicose veins or dilated veins from the leg:
With these outpatient blood flow correcting methods for the treatment of varicose veins, the trunk veins in the leg are completely preserved and are also still available for the circulation.
Lying on the leg Varicose veins can be examined using ultrasound there are two changes in the affected superficial veins: more or less dilated veins and loss of the function of the venous valves as non-return valves. Since the blood flows backward here, varicose veins should always be treated.
On purely cosmetic problem provides the Expansion of small skin veins, so-called Spider veinswhich can be present without varicose veins but can become varicose veins in later years. These can primarily be done by means of a special laser device treated so that it is a minimally invasive procedure.
In the treatment of varicose veins and superficial tendril veins, a special one is used Varady surgical technique applied:
Here, the tendril veins are sought out and expressed through small stab incisions with the aid of magnifying glasses. The perforating veins that go deep are alloyed at the same time. This not only achieves a more aesthetically pleasing result but also brings the physiological blood flow back into order.
The most important facts about leg treatment