If you want to get rid of embarrassing varicose veins, but you shy away after hearing stories about painful treatments and long recoveries, it’s time to learn about VenaSeal. At Dr. White’s Vein Center and Morgantown SculpSure & Clear Ink, PLLC, Carol White, MD, is the only doctor in the area offering today’s most advanced varicose vein treatment: VenaSeal™ Closure System. This cutting-edge treatment makes varicose veins disappear with a safe, specialized adhesive. To learn more about VenaSeal, call the office in Morgantown, West Virginia, or request an appointment online today.
VenaSeal is a specially designed system that uses a medical adhesive to close varicose veins and treat venous insufficiency, the condition that causes varicose veins.
As the adhesive quickly seals the vein walls together, the vessels return to their normal size and your bulging, visible varicose veins disappear. VenaSeal is formulated to safely stay in your veins, keeping them closed and preventing future problems.
Varicose veins can affect anyone, no matter your age, sex, or race. Medicaid and private insurance carriers recognize vein disease as a medical condition that is definitively diagnosed by ultrasound.
When it comes to eliminating varicose veins, you have treatment choices, notably sclerotherapy and radiofrequency ablation. So why go with VenaSeal?
The advantages of choosing VenaSeal over other options include:
Five years after receiving VenaSeal, 94.6% of patients studied still had great results and well-sealed veins.
After the veins are sealed, your body restores normal circulation by rerouting blood through healthy veins. Using VenaSeal to close the vein also does away with venous insufficiency.
Venous insufficiency develops when valves inside your leg veins weaken. The damaged valves let blood flow backward, going down the leg and accumulating in the vein.
The buildup of blood causes varicose veins and leads to serious complications in your lower leg, such as eczema-like rashes and nonhealing venous ulcers.
After your VenaSeal procedure, those issues may begin to heal. The treatment eliminates uncomfortable symptoms caused by varicose veins, including:
Dr. White makes a small nick in your leg, just large enough to allow her to insert the slim VenaSeal catheter. Using real-time imaging to view your veins and the device, she guides the catheter to the end of the varicose vein.
During the procedure, she releases a drop of the adhesive, pulls the catheter back a short distance, and places a little more adhesive in the vein. Then she gently pushes against your leg above the treated area, applying just enough pressure to close the vein and seal the walls together.
Dr. White repeats this process until the entire vein is treated. Then she removes the catheter and places a bandage over the tiny incision.
If you want to eliminate your varicose veins, call Dr. White’s Vein Center and Morgantown SculpSure & Clear Ink, PLLC or request an appointment online.