Information About Vein Treatments

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For millions of men and women each year, damaged, unhealthy varicose veins and spider veins cause many progressive health consequences each year.

Sclerotherapy, or foam sclerotherapy, involves infusing a damaged varicose or spider vein with an irritant to cause the vein to collapse and close.

Endovenous laser therapy (EVLT) involves the use of targeted laser energy to quickly and gently eliminate the veins causing unhealthy varicose veins.

With radiofrequency, Venefit (a catheter-based treatment) can effectively treat patients with varicose veins or chronic venous insufficiency (CVI).

For more complex varicose veins located slightly further below the skin, we are able to precisely identify them with an ultrasound-guided technology.

After an anesthetic is used to numb the area for a microphlebectomy, a series of 1 – 2mm incisions are made to remove a diseased vein in the leg.

Surface lasers for the skin, like our 532nm KTP laser and 1064nm Nd: YAG laser, can both be applied for the elimination of very tiny spider veins.

If you have varicose veins, Dr. Brennig can perform a treatment using the ClariVein technique to collapse damaged veins without a local anesthesia.

Patients with deep vein thrombosis should seek immediate attention from Austin Vein Institute to protect themselves against potential health issues.

At Austin Vein Institute, Dr. Brennig can treat the symptoms and the appearance of varicose veins with a polidocanol injectable foam called Varithena.

Restless leg syndrome and leg pain can cause uncomfortable symptoms that affect an individual's quality of life, but Austin Vein Institute can help.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.