Ambulatory Phlebectomy
Ambulatory Phlebectomy is a minimally invasive procedure that doesn’t require stitches, and scarring is minimal to nonexistent. Since the varicose veins are manually removed, they do not come back. When the compression bandage is worn for the first week, as directed, healing from vein removal surgery is quick and involves very little, if any, pain.
Ambulatory Microphlebectomy
Ambulatory Microphlebectomy is a method of removing varicose veins on the surface of the legs. It is done in the office under local anesthesia. This procedure involves making tiny punctures on the skin through which the varicose veins are removed. The incisions are so small no stitches are required. Veins are very collapsible such that even large veins may be removed through the tiny incisions used in this technique. The patient is able to walk following the procedure and return to normal activity in 24 hours.

Before surgery, you may be given a sedative to help you relax. Local anesthetic is then injected into the leg to numb it. The surgeon makes the punctures and gently removes the vein with special instruments.

After treatment, a compression bandage is usually placed for 24 hours. The patient can return to normal activity within 24 hours.
While many veins can be treated during a single treatment session, additional visits may be needed to remove all of your varicose veins.
Legs veins marked before an ambulatory phlebectomy 2 years after the ambulatory phlebectomy
Endovenous Laser Treatment
Ambulatory Microphlebectomy
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