Varicose veins are a medical condition that leave you with unsightly, bulging, burning, itching, or throbbing veins in your legs. This condition is very common in the United States, affecting millions of men and women. But just because they’re common doesn’t mean you need to live with them.
Carolinas Center for Surgery in Morehead City, Swansboro, and Jacksonville, North Carolina offers a comprehensive vein clinic and is proud to introduce the VenaCure EVLT® laser vein treatment, a quick and effective way to treat your abnormal veins.
Introducing the VenaCure EVLT® Laser Treatment, a Speedy Varicose Vein Treatment
This condition is caused by vein walls and blood vessel valves that weaken with age or other factors. Eventually, they can’t return blood back to the heart effectively allowing a “pooling effect” and causing them to enlarge.
How Does VenaCure EVLT® Work?
VenaCure EVLT® uses a specialized laser to eliminate abnormal veins. This cutting-edge laser is gently guided through the affected vein allowing the energy of the laser to permanently seal the vein. With no more blood pooling in it, it fades away and allows the “branches” of the diseased vein to fade as well.
Once the procedure is complete, you’ll be instructed to wear a compression bandage for a few days, but you will otherwise be able to quickly return to your regular lifestyle.
Benefits of VenaCure EVLT®
Although VenaCure EVLT® is not the only varicose vein treatment, it does have significant advantages over the other options.
As a nonsurgical treatment, VenaCure EVLT® can be performed in the comfort of an office setting using local anesthesia at Carolinas Center for Surgery’s Morehead City or Jacksonville clinics. The procedure takes around one hour and comes with nearly no downtime.
Best of all, VenaCure EVLT® is effective for 98% of patients. For most patients, results are noticeable right away.
Interested in learning more about the VenaCure EVLT® laser system or about our other vein treatments including spider vein therapy? Schedule an appointment at Carolinas Center for Surgery in Jacksonville, Swansboro, or Morehead City, North Carolina, or contact us at (252) 247-2101 to find out how we can help you.