Minimally Invasive Vein Disease Treatments.
Nationally accredited and recognized
State-of-the-art medical technology
In-office, outpatient treatments
No downtime, return to work immediately
Accepts most insurances
The staff was very professional and hospitable. They made sure I was comfortable. UVVC took the time to explain the procedure which helped me feel secure. I highly recommend them! – Lonnie J.
VenaSeal is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a medical adhesive called cyanoacrylate to seal off the affected vein from the inside. This causes the vein to collapse and shrink over time. The procedure is typically performed in an outpatient setting and takes about 30-60 minutes.
During the VenaSeal procedure, a small incision is made in the skin near the affected vein. A thin catheter is then inserted into the vein and guided to the end of the vein. A small amount of cyanoacrylate adhesive is then injected into the vein. The adhesive causes the vein walls to stick together and seal off, effectively eliminating the varicose vein.
VenaSeal has several advantages over traditional surgery for varicose veins. These advantages include:
After VenaSeal, you may experience some mild discomfort, bruising, and swelling. You may also be advised to wear compression stockings for a few weeks to help reduce swelling and prevent recurrence of varicose veins.
Most people can resume their normal activities within a day or two after VenaSeal. However, you should avoid strenuous activity for a few weeks.
VenaSeal is a safe, effective, and minimally invasive treatment for varicose veins. If you are considering VenaSeal, contact us to see if it is right for you.