Is Varicose Vein Treatment a Permanent Cure?

Today’s varicose veins treatments are highly advanced and successful at being permanent. However, although the treatment for varicose veins may be permanent, new veins can and may appear later and require touchups.

There are a couple of highly effective and minimally invasive treatments available to eliminate varicose veins and spider veins. Sclerotherapy is highly effective for those with small or medium-sized veins like varicose veins on the face. With this therapy, an FDA-approved sclerosant is injected to damage the walls of the vein and close it off permanently.

Endovenous laser ablation treatment for varicose veins is performed with a small laser fiber, which delivers gentle laser energy, causing the vein to close so larger veins like those on the legs can look and feel better. A varicose veins specialist can advise you with the appropriate medical solution to treat your varicose or spider veins to help alleviate your symptoms and improve the appearance of your veins.

Because no scalpels or sutures are utilized in either treatment, there are no long-lasting scars or keloids. There’s minimal discomfort, and most treatments are characterized as being virtually painless. With these modern therapies, most people can resume their daily activities immediately after treatment. Additionally, most major health insurance carriers provide coverage for the treatment of vein disease and venous insufficiency when medically necessary.

If you would like more information regarding the treatments available for your varicose or spider veins, please contact the Goldman Vein Institute today at one of our two convenient locations:

Jupiter 561-625-9853 or Wellington 561-790-4550 or visit us at www.goldmanveininstitute.com.

At the Goldman Vein Institute, our mission is to provide our patients with comprehensive care for varicose veins, spider veins, and other conditions caused by venous insufficiency. Our highly-qualified and experienced, board-certified vein specialists, Dr. Goldman and Dr. Varghese-Goldman, combine their extensive knowledge and experience, with the latest innovations in vein treatments.

With our offices in Jupiter and Wellington Florida, the Goldman Vein Institute serves patients from Stuart, Hobe Sound, Tequesta, Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Loxahatchee, Royal Palm Beach, Wellington, Hialeah, Sunny Isles, Bay Harbor, Bal Harbour, Miami Beach, Aventura, Surfside, Hallandale, and Hollywood, and we welcome patients across South Florida to visit our state-of-the-art vein centers, where we provide the latest in vein treatment technology.

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