Are you hiding your legs because of spider veins and enlarged varicose veins? Do you know that you don't have to live your life with most varicose vein conditions?
The Advance Vein Center can provide with one or more non-surgical procedures, which are highly affective for the treatment of spider veins and bulging or enlarged veins.
Call us today at 714-912-9444 for a FREE Cosmetic Consultation with Dr. Hoyle.
You are not alone or the only one hiding their legs. Plus, many people suffer pain from their varicose veins. This can be from large varicose veins of small thread veins. Other symptoms of aching, itching and swollen legs can occur. Many doctors do not understand that thread veins can hurt, in fact they can cause more discomfort than some larger varicose veins. Wearing high graduated compression stockings may help to relieve the symptoms along with moving around when standing and putting your feet up when sitting.
The best solution for these problems is to treat the veins. Ultrasound Guided Foam Sclerotherapy, and Endovenous Laser Ablation are the best methods depending on the suitability of the veins for each procedure. A combination of methods may be required.
The Ultrasound Guided Foam Sclerotherapy treatment option is affective in patients with very tortuous varicosities. A foamed sclerosant solution is injected into the incompetent vein under ultrasound guidance. The foaming of the solution actually makes it a better sclerosant and the foam is easily visible on ultrasound. Dr. Hoyle was one of the early adopters of this technology and has performed thousands of these injections in an office setting. Patients can drive themselves to and from the office and can resume work and most activities the next day.
The Endovenous Laser Ablation offers one of the greatest advances in the treatment of venous insufficiency and varicose veins. Vein stripping is virtually being replaced by this new technology. No hospitalization or outpatient surgery center needed. The procedure is done in office under local anesthesia. Patients can drive themselves to and from the office and can resume work and most activities the next day.
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