Varicose Veins
Treatments

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How Do You Treat Varicose Veins?

Luckily, varicose vein treatments don’t require complex surgeries, long recovery times, and extensive bed rest. We’ll usually try some lifestyle changes and at-home treatments to improve your varicose veins before trying outpatient treatments.

WHAT DOES A CONSULTATION LOOK LIKE?

In our consultation with you, we examine your veins and diagnose your venous disease accurately.

Varicose Veins Treatment

Varicose veins are treated with a variety of procedures that close faulty veins, help with pain, and reduce the appearance of large, bulging veins. Get the right treatment for you at Premier Vein Center.

Prevention and Self-Care

Changing your lifestyle in simple and easy ways can help reduce the pain and discomfort you may feel, and prevent the problem from getting worse.
Some things you can try are:
  • Lose weight to relieve the pressure on your legs
  • Exercise to help with blood flow and weight loss
  • Elevate your legs every day to improve blood flow
  • Avoid standing or sitting for a long time
  • Wear looser clothing
  • Wear compression socks, which help push blood through your legs

Treatments We Offer

After diagnosing your varicose veins, your vein specialist will recommend conservative options first. This includes compression wraps or stockings, and tips to improve your circulation overall, like exercise, leg elevation and avoiding long periods of standing or sitting.

EVLT (Endovenous Laser Ablation)

Radiofrequency Thermal Ablation

VenaSeal

Varithena - Ultrasound Guided Microfoam Endovenous Ablation

Sclerotherapyn

In EVLT, your doctor uses a catheter and ultrasound to go into your veins, and then a laser to heat the varicose vein until it closes. The process closes off faulty veins so blood only flows through healthy veins. The faulty vein eventually shrinks and fades. This procedure is usually best for veins that have not become twisted yet.

This procedure is similar to EVLT, but it uses radiofrequency energy instead of laser energy to close off the vein and restore blood flow. Experience is key in this procedure, and Premier Vein Center’ specialists have performed it successfully many times.

VenaSeal is an alternative to ablation procedures that uses a special medical adhesive to close off a vein. People often find it more comfortable than ablation because it doesn’t require an anesthesia that swells your veins, has a shorter recovery time, and doesn’t require using compression socks after.

Varithena is a foam that your vein specialist will inject into your vein with a butterfly needle, causing it to close. It’s fast and simple, and you can walk right away, while experiencing results quickly: patients soon see varicose veins fading and start feeling less pain.

In sclerotherapy, your vein specialist injects a solution into the vein, which makes it collapse and close. You may feel some cramping as it happens, and the whole procedure takes 15-30 minutes.

EVLT (Endovenous Laser Ablation)


In EVLT, your doctor uses a catheter and ultrasound to go into your veins, and then a laser to heat the varicose vein until it closes. The process closes off faulty veins so blood only flows through healthy veins. The faulty vein eventually shrinks and fades. This procedure is usually best for veins that have not become twisted yet.

Radiofrequency Thermal Ablation


This procedure is similar to EVLT, but it uses radiofrequency energy instead of laser energy to close off the vein and restore blood flow. Experience is key in this procedure, and Premier Vein Center’ specialists have performed it successfully many times.

VenaSeal

VenaSeal is an alternative to ablation procedures that uses a special medical adhesive to close off a vein. People often find it more comfortable than ablation because it doesn’t require an anesthesia that swells your veins, has a shorter recovery time, and doesn’t require using compression socks after.

Varithena - Ultrasound Guided Microfoam Endovenous Ablation

Varithena is a foam that your vein specialist will inject into your vein with a butterfly needle, causing it to close. It’s fast and simple, and you can walk right away, while experiencing results quickly: patients soon see varicose veins fading and start feeling less pain.

Sclerotherapy

In sclerotherapy, your vein specialist injects a solution into the vein, which makes it collapse and close. You may feel some cramping as it happens, and the whole procedure takes 15-30 minutes.

This procedure is similar to EVLT, but it uses radiofrequency energy instead of laser energy to close off the vein and restore blood flow. Experience is key in this procedure, and Premier Vein Center’ specialists have performed it successfully many times.

VenaSeal is an alternative to ablation procedures that uses a special medical adhesive to close off a vein. People often find it more comfortable than ablation because it doesn’t require an anesthesia that swells your veins, has a shorter recovery time, and doesn’t require using compression socks after.

Varithena is a foam that your vein specialist will inject into your vein with a butterfly needle, causing it to close. It’s fast and simple, and you can walk right away, while experiencing results quickly: patients soon see varicose veins fading and start feeling less pain.

In sclerotherapy, your vein specialist injects a solution into the vein, which makes it collapse and close. You may feel some cramping as it happens, and the whole procedure takes 15-30 minutes.

Which Treatment is Right For You?

Ready to talk about treatment? Set up an appointment with us to get examined and discuss your options right away. Every treatment and every person is different, so we make sure to understand your situation and choose the one that’s right for you.

What Does Treatment
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