What Advanced Vein Therapies Address Severe Vein Damage?

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If you find yourself with unsightly veins that you would like to correct, advanced vein therapy at Lynch Vein & Aesthetics could be just what you need. Whether you have an excessive amount of varicose veins, bulging veins, or are just disheartened by the look of your varicose veins, board-certified surgeon Dr. Matthew Lynch can help set your mind at ease and provide you with a personal treatment plan at his Peoria, AZ office.

Utilizing advanced technologies and state-of-the-art treatments, Lynch Vein & Aesthetics offers a wide range of vein and aesthetic treatments to help their patients look and feel great.

What is advanced vein therapy?

Different than spider veins, varicose veins are large, bulging veins in the legs that are hard to cover up and could lead to swollen and painful veins. Advanced vein therapy helps our Peoria, AZ patients address severe vein damage when traditional methods have not worked. We will begin advanced vein therapy by reviewing your veins, possibly taking an ultrasound of your veins, and discussing medications and/or previous failed treatment methods. If it’s established that advanced vein therapy is medically necessary, Dr. Lynch and his team will work up a treatment plan to help remove your vein troubles.

Some of the common technologies used in vein damage treatment include radiofrequency (RF) ablation, intravenous catheter infusion therapy, and laser ablation. Providing our patients with multiple treatment options allows us to serve our patients in a way that will benefit them best.

What treatments are there for severe vein damage?

At Lynch Vein & Aesthetics, we offer three different types of advanced vein therapy for our Peoria, AZ patients. Using state-of-the-art Venefit™, ClariVein®, and Alma VascuLife™, we can provide our patients with revolutionary treatment and results.

Venefit is a minimally invasive treatment that uses RF energy to treat varicose veins and/or chronic venous insufficiency. A catheter will be inserted at the start of this treatment; using heat from the RF energy, the veins will shrink as the fibers are pulled out by the catheter.

ClariVein is another minimally invasive treatment option that uses a catheter, inserted into a vein. The vein will be injected with sclerosing agents while a wire tip will evenly disperse the solution into the vein. This treatment is often used to treat bulging varicose veins, as well as their underlying cause.

VascuLife is a laser-based procedure that has a robotic pull-back mechanism to treat venous insufficiency. A catheter will be inserted, as with the other two procedures, and a combination of a pull-back mechanism and laser energy will be used to close the vein. This treatment is great for either small or big veins, and can treat multiple veins in just one visit.

ClariVein, Venifit, and VascuLife results

No matter which treatment option our patients receive, the outcome will be the same: the closing of a damaged vein and rerouting of blood flow away from it. After your treatment, you can expect to see results within about a week or two. During a follow-up visit with Dr. Lynch, he will perform another ultrasound to ensure there are no signs of issues, like vessel perforation, deep vein thrombosis, or blood clots.

Say goodbye to vein damage

If you suffer from varicose veins or other severe vein damage and have failed to see results, or experience pain due to them, call Lynch Vein & Aesthetics in Peoria, TX to schedule a consultation with board-certified surgeon Dr. Matthew Lynch.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.