Varicose veins can cause discomfort, pain, and embarrassment, making it difficult to feel confident and comfortable in your own skin. While there is no foolproof way to prevent varicose veins from developing, effective treatments are available to help you.
Venaseal is a nonsurgical treatment for varicose veins that uses a medical adhesive to seal the damaged vein shut. The adhesive is injected into the vein using a small catheter, which is then removed once the procedure is complete. It is a safe and effective treatment that can provide long-lasting relief from the symptoms of varicose veins.
What Are the Benefits of Venaseal?
Venaseal sets itself apart from other treatment methods as a nonsurgical treatment option. Unlike traditional surgical procedures, it does not require anesthesia and offers a quicker recovery time with less discomfort and bruising.
Rather than relying on heat or laser energy, Venaseal employs a medical adhesive to close off affected veins. This innovative approach provides long-lasting results, making it an excellent solution for varicose veins. For individuals seeking a safe, effective, and comfortable treatment option, it is a compelling choice.
The procedure is generally well-tolerated; most patients experience little to no pain.
How Effective Is Venaseal?
Venaseal has been shown to be highly effective in treating varicose veins. In fact, clinical studies have found that 98% of patients still had closed veins after 5 years, making Venaseal one of the most effective vein treatments available.
The adhesive used in the procedure is designed to permanently close the affected veins, resulting in long-lasting relief from the symptoms of varicose veins. Additionally, it can help prevent future complications associated with varicose veins, such as blood clots and skin ulcers.
What Can I Expect During and After the Procedure?
During the Venaseal procedure, you will be awake and able to communicate with our team. A small catheter will be inserted into the affected vein, and the medical adhesive will be injected to seal the vein shut.
You may feel mild discomfort during the procedure, but most patients tolerate it. After the procedure, you can expect to return to your normal activities almost immediately. While you may experience minor bruising or soreness, these symptoms typically resolve within a few days.
Who Is a Good Candidate for Venaseal?
Venaseal is typically recommended for patients with mild to moderate varicose veins. If your varicose veins are severe, we may recommend a different treatment option. Our team will perform a thorough evaluation to determine whether Venaseal is the right choice for you.