Ambulatory Phlebectomy

Advanced Vein Treatments.

Varicose Vein Removal.

Ambulatory Phlebectomy is a mini surgical vein treatment that removes large veins bulging out above the skin’s surface through small, slit-like incisions.

Ambulatory Phlebectomy treats the following types of vein disease:

The right leg of a male patient with varicose veins

How Ambulatory Phlebectomy Works.

Ambulatory Phlebectomy is the manual removal of large veins section by section through small punctures in the skin. Following Ambulatory Phlebectomy treatment, patients wear compression stockings for a week or more after surgery.

The Ambulatory Phlebectomy Experience.

During Ambulatory Phlebectomy treatment, your doctor will ensure you are properly numbed so you experience as little discomfort as possible. This is an in-office procedure. The veins to be removed will be outlined or marked and removed, one segment at a time, through small incisions in your skin. As with any surgery, you may experience temporary bruising and swelling following treatment as well as inflammation caused by minuscule segments of the vein that still remain in the skin, which will later be absorbed by your body.

Discover if the Ambulatory Phlebectomy vein treatment is right for you.

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