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Treatments

Phlebectomy

is a minimally invasive surgical technique which involves the removal of veins through tiny incisions that are made in the legs.  The incisions are so small that stitches are generally not necessary and they leave nearly invisible scars. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and patients can resume their normal activities with little to no down time.

Endovenous Laser Treatment (VenaCure EVLT)

is another minimally invasive office-based procedure by which a small laser fiber is utilized to heat and seal the vein shut.  It is performed under local anesthesia.

Radiofrequency Ablation

is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that is performed under ultrasound guidance.  A radiofrequency catheter is inserted into the varicose vein and is treated with radio-energy which causes the vein to close.

Varithena

is an FDA-approved prescription medicine used to treat varicose veins.  It is a foam that is injected into the veins and effectively treats symptoms of varicose veins.

VenaSeal Sapheon Closure System

is a clear gel adhesive that is injected via catheter into the varicose veins.  The gel polymerizes into a solid substance which closes the veins.

Sclerotherapy

is a non-surgical treatment option for patients who are seeking cosmetic removal of their spider veins.  Sclerotherapy involves the use of a solution that is delivered to the spider veins by needle which causes the spider veins to shrink.

VeinWave

is another non-surgical treatment option for spider veins which uses thermocoagulation to heat and close the vessels.  It is typically used on spider veins that are difficult to treat and/or cannot be treated with sclerotherapy or surface lasers.