Thanks to modern technologies, it’s possible to address varicose veins, spider veins, and other circulatory problems with non-surgical vein treatment. At Carolina Vein Institute, with three convenient locations in Raleigh, Chapel Hill, and Apex, North Carolina, vein specialists Ashley Baquero, MD, Luan Tran, MD, and the team provide several types of non-surgical vein treatment, including VenaCure EVLT®, sclerotherapy, VenaSeal™, and ClariVein®. To schedule an appointment today, call the nearest office, or book a consultation online.
Non-surgical vein treatment refers to a group of minimally invasive procedures used to treat vein and circulatory problems. These treatments allow patients to receive high-quality care in-office without requiring an overnight hospital stay, extended downtime, or a lengthy recovery period.
In addition, non-surgical vein treatments are safe, present little risk, and are generally well-tolerated. If you regularly experience leg pain, itching, or other vein-related problems, non-surgical vein treatment is worth considering.
Carolina Vein Institute offers several types of non-surgical vein treatment, including:
VenaCure EVLT is a non-surgical vein treatment used to safely treat varicose veins. It uses laser energy to gently heat a vein, causing it to collapse. Following treatment, your body absorbs the damaged vein, and your blood reroutes to healthier pathways throughout the body.
Ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy is a non-surgical vein treatment used to address both spider and varicose veins. During this type of treatment, your provider uses ultrasound-guided imaging to pinpoint vein clusters beneath the surface of your skin. Your provider injects a medical-grade solution into the vein clusters, causing them to shrink and collapse.
VenaSeal is a non-surgical vein treatment used to treat varicose veins. It uses a medical adhesive (glue) to close a vein and prevent further damage. VenaSeal is a non-thermal procedure, so it eliminates the risk of nerve injury or discomfort caused by multiple injections. VenaSeal is safe, effective, and provides long-lasting results.
The type of non-surgical vein treatment that’s right for you depends on your individual goals and health history. Following a review of your medical history, a discussion of your symptoms and lifestyle, and a comprehensive physical exam, Carolina Vein Institute can develop a custom treatment plan that aligns with your needs.
Don’t let vein-related health problems prevent you from living well. To explore non-surgical vein treatments further, schedule an appointment at Carolina Vein Institute. Call the nearest office today, or book a consultation online.