When is thermocoagulation suitable?
Thermocoagulation can be performed at any time of year and is also compatible with all skin types. The areas of application are varied and mainly concern spider veins. This phenomenon affects about 15 percent of Germans. The network of veins mainly appears on the upper and lower legs and results, among other things, from a corresponding genetic disposition or a sedentary or standing job for too long. Excess weight can also lead to spider veins.
How does thermocoagulation work?
In the classical sense, thermocoagulation is a method from the field of pain therapy that has been used there for many years. By applying heat at a temperature of around 80°C, the proteins in the blood and on the vascular walls of the spider veins are melted, so to speak. The denaturation causes the excess cells to be automatically transported out of the body via the metabolism.
The special feature of thermocoagulation is that it works with very fine disposable needles. This makes it possible to work selectively and the heat impulse lands exactly at the intended spot. A minimal crust forms on the skin, which, however, falls off after a short time without scars. One advantage of thermocoagulation is that the method promises immediate effect and has no side effects. There is no pain, nor is freedom of movement restricted. Of course, the same also applies to areas of application such as couperose and others.
Thermocoagulation using the T-AWAY method or IPL?
Thermocoagulation is carried out at BellaDerma using the T-AWAY method. For the removal of broom veins, couperose, rosacea, spider nevi, haemangiomas and fibromas or stalk warts, we recommend a visit to the BellaDerma specialist centre for aesthetic treatments. We have been working in this field for many years with the innovative IPL laser and the T-AWAY method and guarantee an all-round professional treatment. The be-all and end-all for us is a profound consultation and diagnosis, which we carry out at one of our two locations in Berlin. Visit us in Berlin-Charlottenburg, Joachimsthaler Straße / corner Kurfürstendamm or in Berlin-Mitte, Unter den Linden / corner Friedrichstraße. If you wish, we can also answer your questions in advance by telephone.