Many patients are interested in a minimally invasive option for their venous concerns.
why we have complied “Spider Veins vs. Varicose Veins; A Minimally Invasive
guide was built to help answer your common questions surrounding these vein
issues so that you are prepared for possible treatment options when meeting
with your provider.
goal of any minimally invasive vein treatment is to treat the root cause of
what is promoting your spider or varicose veins.
treatment options differ depending on many factors, including the location and
size of the affected veins.
treating spider veins, the goal is corrective in nature so that your doctor
will want to treat what exactly is causing the spider veins and relieve your
Traditionally, endovenous laser ablation, USGS (ultrasound guided sclerotherapy), or AP (ambulatory phlebectomy) are the treatment options to close these veins.
expect your treatment session itself to take about one hour with only a few
hours of recovery time.
on your condition, your doctor may recommend follow up treatments with return
visits at 3 months, six months, and one year after your final treatment.
The goal for a varicose vein treatment is to eliminate the damaged veins using procedures such as sclerotherapy.
sessions generally take 30 minutes and you should be able to return to your
normal activities immediately afterward.
need to book more than one treatment, and you can expect to schedule a
follow-up appointment for six months and one year after your final treatment
Vein Center of Maryland, we offer a variety of services to help treat a range
of vein issues.
To find out which treatment is right for you, contact our office online or call (410) 970-2314 to schedule your free vein evaluation today.
Comments are closed.