This is the most common treatment for the heart. People aged more than 65 years are more prone to heart disease and coronary angioplasties are mostly done in this case. No need to make major incisions in the body during the angioplasty. It’s safer and involving as little incision into the body as possible. The risk of serious complications are generally small, but it depends on factors such as age, general health and whether you’ve had a heart attack. Serious problems that can occur as a result of the procedure include excessive bleeding, a heart attack, a stroke.