VenaSeal

Quick Overview of VenaSeal

  • Minimally invasive treatment

    Minimally invasive,
    in-office procedure

  • Local anesthesia

    Minimal local
    anesthesia required

  • No need for compression hose

    Immediate recovery without
    need for compression hose

  • Prompt return to activity

    Prompt return to activity

  • Minimally invasive treatment

    Minimally invasive,
    in-office procedure

  • Local anesthesia

    Minimal local
    anesthesia required

  • No need for compression hose

    Immediate recovery without
    need for compression hose

  • Prompt return to activity

    Prompt return to activity

What is Venaseal?

Venaseal - glue for veins

The VenaSeal Procedure is a revolutionary new varicose vein treatment that allows us to treat patients with the most minimally invasive treatment available. Medical grade "glue" is used to seal the refluxing saphenous vein, the common cause of varicose veins. VenaSeal was just FDA approved, and the data supporting at least medium-term success is quite solid.

How does it work?

Using a small IV access site, we can slide a tiny catheter into the incompetent vein. Under ultrasound guidance, we then inject very small quantities of the "glue", which is actually a cyanoacrylate-based adhesive.

What should I expect after the procedure?

This medication leads to permanent closure and obliteration of the weak vein and helps resolve lower leg varicose veins, as well as the associated symptoms of aching, heaviness, itching, and pain. Patients can expect to experience little pain during this procedure. Recovery is immediate.

Why Capitol Vein and Laser Centers?

While the most studied and successful treatment of saphenous vein reflux is the VNUS Closure Procedure, the VenaSeal system is an option to consider, though currently insurance reimbursement for VenaSeal is unavailable.

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Capitol Vein & Laser Centers participates with all major insurance plans; including Medicare and Medicaid. Varicose veins are a progressive medical condition that is covered by most insurance plans. For more information, call
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