legsMicrophlebectomy, sometimes called ambulatory phlebectomy or stab avulsion, is a minimally invasive method of treating large varicose veins. A special hook is used to remove the vein through multiple tiny incisions that do not usually require stitches and leave minimal or invisible scarring. Recent advances have made it possible to perform the procedure using only local anesthesia in a doctor’s office as an outpatient. After microphlebectomy you will be asked to wear compression garments temporarily. The incisions typically heal within two weeks.

Treatments

Endovenous Laser Therapy

Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation

ClariVein Procedure

Microphlebectomy

Sclerotherapy