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Laser Vein Removal Claims

Have you suffered as a result of negligent Laser Vein Removal? If so, Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors can help you claim compensation and get your life back on track.

For the most part the procedures are performed without any problems, but there are unfortunately instances where the surgery has gone wrong because of the negligence of a surgeon or clinic.

If this has happened to you then the experts at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors are here to help you claim the compensation you deserve. In our many years of representing patients who have received substandard care, we have recovered more than £3 million.

We are proud of our 95% success rate on all cases pursued after obtaining medical evidence, and are the first law practice established to focus solely on cosmetic surgery negligence in England and Wales.

Talk to us today on 0808 271 9083 or request a call back so you can start your laser vein removal negligence claim without any delay.

About Laser Vein Removal

Varicose veins only affect women, and they develop when blood doesn’t flow properly through the veins in the legs. They are typically dark blue or purple in colour and appear as people age, or during pregnancy, and may cause a burning sensation or extreme itching.

Spider veins affect both sexes and normally appear due to pregnancy, weight fluctuation or ageing. They are formed when superficial veins near the skin’s surface leak tiny amounts of blood. While they occur mostly on the legs, they can also appear on the face, and affect around 50 per cent of people aged over 50.

As a result, increasing numbers of people are turning to laser vein removal to combat the issue.

The procedure

With varicose veins, endovenous (inside the vein) laser energy is used to heat the vein in order to destroy it, while ‘simple’ laser treatment is used for spider veins.

Endovenous laser treatment takes place under local anaesthetic. The cosmetic surgeon passes a laser fibre through a catheter into the varicose vein which has been marked before surgery, using an ultrasound scan. Very strong bursts of laser light are sent inside the vein to produce intense heat that damages it and causes it to close.

Simple treatment is performed on the outside of the patient’s skin, with an intense beam of light directed at the spider vein and destroying it through the skin. This is sometimes a second step, after a larger varicose vein has been subject to the endovenous laser treatment.

Examples of negligence

The full recovery period after treatment is around a month, although patients are able to walk immediately after the procedure.

If you feel unsatisfied with your treatment, however, there are some indicators that you may have suffered negligence. They include:

  • Vein damage
  • Inappropriate scars
  • Skin burns

Why Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors?

Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors is the leading UK law firm in the field of cosmetic surgery negligence and we have helped hundreds of victims of negligent cosmetic surgery secure millions of pounds of compensation – and counting.

We understand the terrible distress caused by a laser vein removal gone wrong, which is why we are dedicated to helping victims secure funds that can help them get their lives back on track.

Contact us

Talk to us today by calling 0808 252 7176, or request a call back from one of our team, which is headed by Michael Saul, a leader in the field of cosmetic negligence law.

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