Varicose Veins

 

Did you know that more than 80 million Americans suffer from some form of venous disorder? Venous disorders are very common and just like heart disease, high blood pressure or diabetes, they need to be treated. If you have tired, achy, or swollen legs, or if you see the start of varicose veins, Bali Surgical can help.

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Phlebectomy

In some cases, surgery is needed to remove varicose veins – a procedure called microphlebectomy. Used to remove small varicose veins, microphlebectomy requires making small incisions through which a special hook is used to remove the veins. It's an outpatient procedure, so you can expect to go home within a few hours of the completion of surgery.

 

Ask Dr. Bali about your options through the Total Vein Center today. After a thorough evaluation, he will recommend a treatment plan specifically for you. Treatments can decrease or eliminate symptoms and improve your appearance. Don't waste time – get on the road to a healthier, better-looking you today.

 

Am I a Candidate for Laser Vein Removal?

If you suffer from varicose veins, you may be a candidate for Laser Vein Therapy. It's a nonsurgical procedure to eliminate the appearance of varicose veins. Also called endovenous ablation, Laser Varicose Vein Therapy uses heat to treat varicose veins. The procedure only requires needle punctures, not incisions. Each vein is punctured with a needle, and a laser is delivered by a catheter into the vein. The heat source is then drawn backward, destroying the tissue and closing the vein behind it, which is absorbed by the body over time.  Laser vein treatment only requires local anesthesia and takes about an hour. You'll be able to go home soon after the procedure and return to work and normal activities in one to two days.

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