Additional Varicose Vein Treatment Options
After treating the source of varicose veins with one of the various ablation procedures, additional procedures are often required to rid your legs of varicose veins. Miller Vein is unique in providing these additional treatments at the same time as your ablations. This saves you time and money.
Also referred to as ambulatory phlebectomy, microphlebectomy is a safe and effective in-office procedure that is used to remove varicose veins through tiny incisions using local anesthetic. These incisions are so small that no sutures or stitches are required. Once removed, these varicose veins never return. The advantage of microphlebectomy is that it’s a “one-and-done” procedure. Patients are able to walk immediately.
Endovenous Chemical Ablation (EVCA)
Endovenous chemical ablation (also referred to as Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy) refers to the injection of a special medicine (sclerosant) into abnormal veins in order to seal them shut. As with other ablation procedures, the treatment is performed under ultrasound guidance to ensure safety and blood flow is naturally redirected to healthy veins.