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How Does a Spider Vein Treatment Center in Babylon Treat Varicose Veins?
Spider Vein Treatment Center in Babylon: Overview of Our Minimally Invasive Treatment Options
At Vein Treatment Clinic, we only treat varicose veins and spider veins using the latest minimally invasive treatments. We take a systematic approach to varicose vein treatments, carefully diagnosing the root cause of your spider veins and varicose veins before curating a treatment plan. During the initial consultation, our vein doctor examines your spider veins and looks for signs of vein disease. Next, we administer a vascular imaging test to identify the underlying vein disease. Finally, we discuss your minimally invasive vein treatment options.
This considered and systematic approach to vein treatments has won us the title of the best spider vein treatment center in Babylon. Our Long Island vein center has 5-star ratings with a perfect track record. Furthermore, our minimally invasive treatments conclude within an hour, allowing our patients to resume their daily activities with minimal interruption. You can find our Long Island vein clinic next to the Bergen Point Golf Course in Lindenhurst, less than 10 minutes from Babylon via NY-27A W.
Our board-certified vein doctor believes that minimally invasive procedures to treat varicose veins should be emotionally and physically comfortable. We ensure physical comfort by administering local anesthesia, so you feel minimal pain and discomfort during the procedure. We ensure emotional comfort by giving our patients a detailed overview of what they can expect from their minimally invasive varicose vein treatment. In this article, we give you a detailed overview of all your minimally invasive treatment options, so you know that there’s nothing to fear!
How we treat varicose veins and underlying venous insufficiency:
- Radiofrequency Ablation: Thermal energy, channeled through a catheter, is used to treat varicose veins.
- Endovenous Laser Ablation: Laser energy, channeled through an endovenous laser, is used to treat varicose veins
- VenaSeal: Medical adhesives fuse the saphenous vein’s walls to treat varicose veins.
How we treat superficial varicose veins and spider veins:
- Ambulatory Phlebectomy: The vein doctor removes the superficial varicose veins from the skin’s surface.
- Sclerotherapy: A sclerosant solution is injected into the spider veins to seal their vein walls, turning them into hardened tissues.
How we treat varicose veins and underlying venous insufficiency.
If your varicose veins and spider veins are caused by underlying vein disease, the vein doctor will have to treat the diseased saphenous veins before they treat varicose veins. If they remove varicose veins without addressing the underlying disease, your varicose veins will return later.
At Vein Treatment Clinic, we provide three minimally invasive varicose vein treatments — radiofrequency ablation, endovenous laser ablation, and VenaSeal. All of them have a 97% success rate and a negligible risk of side effects. They conclude within an hour with no side effects, complications, or downtime. However, radiofrequency ablation and endovenous laser ablation are the only ones eligible for insurance coverage.
During the radiofrequency ablation procedure, the vein doctor inserts a catheter into the diseased saphenous vein through an incision on the skin’s surface. Once the catheter is inside the diseased vein, the vein doctor activates it to generate thermal energy, collapsing the diseased vein. The accumulated blood flows to healthier veins, restoring smooth blood circulation.
Endovenous Laser Ablation
During the endovenous laser ablation procedure, the vein dr. inserts a laser fiber into the problematic saphenous vein through an incision. Once the endovenous laser is lodged within the diseased vein, the vein doctor delivers laser energy to collapse the problematic vein. The accumulated blood flows to healthier veins, restoring effective blood circulation to the heart.
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During the VenaSeal procedure, the vein physician injects a medical adhesive into the diseased saphenous vein’s walls. The vein glue fuses the vein walls, turning the saphenous vein into scar tissue. The accumulated blood flows to healthier veins, while the diseased saphenous vein gradually gets absorbed by the body.
How we treat superficial varicose veins and spider veins.
The aforementioned minimally invasive varicose vein procedures treat the underlying vein disease, but they don’t remove the superficial varicose veins and spider veins from the skin’s surface. Treating superficial varicose veins and spider veins isn’t medically necessary, but they restore your legs’ cosmetic appearance. Since these are cosmetic procedures, they’re not covered by insurance plans.
Ambulatory phlebectomy is a minimally invasive procedure in which the vein doctor removes the superficial varicose veins through incisions on the skin’s surface. Once the superficial varicose veins are removed, the incisions gradually heal into scar tissues, and soon fade away, restoring your legs’ beauty.
Sclerotherapy is widely considered the best spider vein treatment, and it has been used to treat spider veins for decades. During the sclerotherapy procedure, the vein dr. injects solution sclerosant into the spider veins, fusing their vein walls. The spider veins turn into hardened scar tissues that eventually get absorbed by the body, fading away from the skin’s surface.
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