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VenaSeal: Varicose Vein Treatment in El Paso

At El Paso Varicose Veins Laser Clinic, we pride ourselves in the best varicose vein treatments possible. Over the years, treatments have become simpler, advanced, and more effective. One of the biggest advancements in varicose vein treatments has been VenaSeal. Described as “vein glue,” VenaSeal works to eliminate varicose and spider veins by sealing the bad veins, essentially shutting them down for good.

What is VenaSeal?

VenaSeal is a certified, FDA approved product (also referred to as cyanoacrylate) that can be administered in a minimally invasive procedure. Once VenaSeal is administered, the vein shuts down and hardens. This process is known as sclerosis. Once the vein hardens, your body absorbs it and it disappears, eliminating the issues you might have been facing with it before.

How is VenaSeal Administered?

VenaSeal is administered, in small doses, into your vein through a small catheter. Many people worry that once the vein is closed, they will experience issues with blood flow, but this isn’t the case. When the vein closes, the blood automatically reroutes itself, taking up new routes in healthier veins throughout your legs, meaning this is something you don’t have to worry about.

Since VenaSeal is relatively easy to administer, you don’t have to worry about having to get copious amounts of anesthesia or being put under. You also don’t have to worry about taking prescription medication before the procedure.

What Does the Recovery Process Look Like?

VenaSeal is minimally invasive and mostly painless, meaning you can return to your normal activities right after you get the procedure. The recovery process is also really easy. You don’t have to worry about burns or other complications arising, like you might with other procedures, and you don’t have to wear a compression stocking after either. As a non-surgical procedure, VenaSeal is highly effective, without all of the complications and nuisances surgery often brings.

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Is VenaSeal Effective?

In a recent case study performed on VenaSeal, it was found that the VenaSeal treatment was 94 percent successful. It’s the future of varicose vein treatment, and one you can easily undergo to rid yourself of the complications that varicose veins often cause.

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