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Step 1- Evaluation 

Complete your appointment with your medical provider. We will come up with a treatment plan 

Step 2- Vein Mapping to Visualize Problem Veins 

An ultrasound is conducted to visualize the vein disease and to map the problematic veins. If treatment is required, you will be scheduled for laser therapy. 

Step 3- Endovenous Laser Therapy

Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT) is a minimally invasive treatment that is done in 1 hour in an outpatient setting. Small optic fiber is inserted through a needle into the varicose vein under ultrasound guidance. The laser is activated and as the optic fiber is removed from the vein, it heats and closes the vein. Once the vein is closed, the blood that was circulating through the vein is naturally rerouted to other healthy veins. Over time, the closed vein is absorbed by the body.

Step 4- Follow Up 

It is important that you follow your post-operative instructions and attend your appointments as scheduled. 

Financial Information

Vein disease is a medical problem and treatment is often covered by insurance. 

We are in network with most major insurances and many HMOs. You can check our network status with your insurance company. 

We are happy to provide an estimate of benefits to you so you know what to expect in terms of your financial responsibility. 

Varicose veins happen when small valves in veins break. This causes the blood to flow in the wrong direction and then the veins to swell and backfill with stagnant blood. 

Spider veins just very small varicose veins that usually are not painful like large varicose veins. These veins are often accompanies by deeper veins that are painful. 

ELTV or Endovenous laser therapy/treatment is a minimally invasive treatment using a laser. The procedure does not require surgery and the entire procedure is completed within 1 hour in an office based setting. The procedure is performed under ultrasound guideance. The Laser energy treats veins by closing off the damaged veins so blood is directed to flow through healthy veins. 

Varicose vein treatment is often covered by insurance based it is a medical condition. 

Vericose Vein Treatment 

Our team of surgeons are dedicated to providing non-surgical treatment of vein disease. More than 80 million Americans suffer from vein disease and there has been a recent evolution of treatment away from painful surgical stripping to laser elimination of veins. Plastic surgeons have dealt with cosmetic laser treatment of veins and sclerotherapy for many years. However, until recently, treatment of vericose veins has been completed through surgical stripping that used to be done by vascular surgeons. Newer treatments that replace stripping with laser elimiation has brought varicose veins laser treatment into scope of practice and expertise of our plastic surgeons. We have spent many years treating vein disease related wounds we quickly adopted a method for treating vein disease that we found to truly meet the needs of our patients. 

As a result, we have opened VeinBusters. VeinBusters is a vein clinic that is dedicated to the use of lasers to treat varicose veins. We also continue to offer sclerotherapy to our patients as we always have. We find our VeinBuster brand to be fun and in its appealing. It is our hope as medical educators that our engaging approach to the vein disease will provide education and awareness to the public about new approaches to vein disease. 

We suggest that you learn more about vein disease and our services at veinbusters.com.

VARICOSE VEINS

  • Enlarged veins that often appear ropey,  look blue or red
  • Sometimes no visible veins but pain, fatigue, itching, burning, swelling, cramping, restlessness, and throbbing.
  • Produced when small valves in veins break and cause the blood to flow in the wrong

SPIDER VEINS

  • Tiny, thin veins that can be seen very close to the skin’s surface.
  • They look like red, blue, or green spider webs just beneath the skin.
  • Spider veins are caused by a backup of blood. These become nonfunctional, “dead-end” veins.
  • Can be an indicator of large vein disease problem such as varicose veins 

 

 

 

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