Your Metro Vein Centers doctor may suggest one of the newest available varicose vein treatments, VenaSeal, an FDA-approved injectable medical-grade adhesive that gently closes off diseased veins – reducing their appearance and relieving painful symptoms.

What is Venaseal?

VenaSeal is a specially formulated medical adhesive that is injected into a diseased vein via a tiny catheter using ultrasound guidance to pinpoint the precise area of need. With only a single injection required, VenaSeal is easy, safe, and effective. It has been proven in clinical studies to have a 99% success rate after six months, and is considered one of the best options for permanent removal of symptoms associated with varicose veins.

What Venaseal Treats

Vein Treatment FAQs

  • VenaSeal is covered by insurance because this vein treatment is done to address medical symptoms related to the underlying cause of vein disease, known as chronic venous insufficiency. Varicose vein treatments, such as VenaSeal, address symptoms like poor circulation, leg swelling, and cramping legs. At Metro Vein Centers, we accept over 200+ insurance plans and work directly with your insurance provider to maximize your coverage, without any paperwork or hassle for you.

  • Through a single injection, the VenaSeal medical adhesive binds the walls of the varicose vein together, causing the vein to seal itself shut. Once closed, blood flow naturally reroutes through neighboring healthy veins and increases circulation to alleviate symptoms.

  • VenaSeal treatment is minimally invasive, nonsurgical, and takes place right in our office. Treatment takes less than 30 minutes, and there’s no downtime needed, meaning you can get back to your day right away.

    In fact, most patients can resume their normal routine immediately, and experience immediate improvement in symptoms, with the appearance of their varicose veins improving over time.

  • VenaSeal is a great choice for people looking for a treatment option with a quick recovery time. During your consultation, our experienced, board-certified vein doctors will work with you to customize a treatment plan that addresses your unique needs.

    Book a free evaluation today to get started on your custom treatment plan.

  • Here’s what happens during this varicose vein treatment:

    • First, using ultrasound guidance, we’ll identify the target vein and then slowly insert a small catheter (a hollow tube). Using the catheter, the medical-grade adhesive will be inserted into the vein.
    • Next, we will apply light external pressure to help the walls of the vein adhere together, causing it to close and re-routing your circulation to healthier veins.
    • Lastly, we’ll remove the catheter and apply a single bandage to the vein access site.
  • VenaSeal is a very safe procedure with minimal risk of complication. VenaSeal is minimally invasive, only requiring a single injection. Side effects may include temporary tenderness or mild bruising at the injection site.

Book a free evaluation today to get started on your custom treatment plan in New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Connecticut, Texas, or Arizona.

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