Vein Center Procedures
No Hospitalization. No Lengthy Recovery. No More Cover-Ups.
However mild or severe your varicose vein problems are, our caring and experienced doctors and staff will work with you to choose the best treatment option to meet your needs and lifestyle.
Vein disease is diagnosed through a physical exam and a venous ultrasound test. This test will determine if there are any blood clots in the deep, superficial and perforator veins. The ultrasound is then used to evaluate the blood flow within the vein, determine direction of blood flow through the vein, and identify reflux.
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This technique involves injecting a problem vein with a chemical solution (sclerosant). This is simple to do, performed in a short office visit, painless and requires no anesthetic. The chemical solution causes the blood vessel to close and it will eventually disappear. Sclerotherapy is the gold standard for treating spider veins and is also used to treat certain varicose veins.
The VenaCure EVLT
(endovenous laser treatment procedure) offered at the Vein Center of Mon General
is a non-surgical
treatment for the elimination of varicose veins that's safe, virtually painless and requires little-to-no downtime. VenaCure EVLT
utilizes laser energy to achieve proven results without the discomfort and lengthy recovery time that can result from the surgical option of ligation and vein stripping. The entire procedure takes about one hour and is covered by most health insurance.
Results can be immediate and are more than 98% effective (5 years or more without recurrence).
After treatment, the appearance of the abnormal vein is instantly improved with minimal-to-no scarring. While there may be some slight swelling and minimal bruising around the treatment site, once that diminishes you will see a significant difference in the appearance of your legs. For those patients who don't experience these minor side effects, the results are obvious right away.
The entire procedure takes about one hour. Also, because varicose veins are considered a serious medical problem, VenaCure EVLT
is covered by most health insurance providers.
For more information, see EVLT Frequently Asked Questions
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