Choose Your Best Vein Treatment

With the world of constant evolving technology, we pride ourselves in offering our patients top-notch treatment options using cutting edge tools and technology. We encourage our patients to take a look at our Website for treatment options to discover what suits them best for getting rid of unwanted spider and varicose veins. Here’s a quick look:

  • ClosureFast / Radiofrequency Closure: Treating varicose veins, this FDA approved procedure provides exceptional results. The one and a half hour surgery is performed under “twilight anesthesia” or a minimal sedation.  The minimally invasive walk in/walk out procedure allows patients to resume normal activity quickly and we recommend taking just one day off work following the surgery.


  • Ambulatory Micro Phlebectomy: Performed separately or in conjunction with the RadioFrequency Closure treatment, this procedure surgically removes large varicose veins through micro-incisions near the surface of the skin, leaving a remarkable effect.


  • Foam Sclerotherapy: Treating unwanted spider veins, this non-operative treatment uses micro-injection technology through small needles using an FDA approved solution. Compression hoses are required to be worn after the treatment and normal activities can resume immediately. To complete the sclerotherapy effectively, it usually takes two to four treatments, six weeks apart. Whats great is this approach treats hand, facial, leg and chest veins. 



  • Laser Treatments: A new addition to the Gemini® laser, this treatment produces dynamic results on smaller spider veins. Laser treatment takes from three to five treatments, six to eight weeks apart, to affect the veins.

For more information on all of our vein treatments, visit us at


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