Equally effective as endovenous ablation
Non thermal, non-tumescent curative procedure
Nо compression stockings required post treatment
If you find that your spider veins or varicose veins are becoming itchy or painful, it’s time to explore VenaSeal™ as a treatment option. As the best vein clinic in New Jersey, VenaSeal is performed at all of our locations, including Mt. Laurel, Princeton, Point Pleasant, and Wayne.
What is VenaSeal?
The VenaSeal closure system uses an advanced medical adhesive that closes the diseased vein. It is the only non-thermal, non-tumescent, non-sclerosant procedure approved for use in the U.S., which means no heat and no swelling. The adhesive is deposited within the diseased vein segments and results can be seen almost immediately. The VenaSeal procedure may be a good alternative to other varicose vein treatments since there is no downtime required.
How is VenaSeal Performed?
VenaSeal is performed in-office and typically takes less than one hour. Under ultrasound guidance, the patented VenaSeal treatment catheter is inserted into the vein through a tiny incision, similar to endovenous ablation. Once the catheter is in position, small amounts of adhesive are injected into the vein and the catheter is pulled through the length of the vein. The catheter is then removed from the body and the vein is “glued” shut by the adhesive.
When you choose the VenaSeal procedure at the best vein treatment clinic in Princeton, NJ, or Mt. Laurel, NJ, you can rest assured that you’re in great hands. VenaSeal is one of the most in-demand treatments performed by our Ivy League-trained vein specialists.
What to Expect After the VenaSeal Procedure
After the procedure, you can resume your usual activities as there is no recovery time necessary. In addition, you won’t need to wear compression stockings. Following your varicose vein treatment, you’ll finally feel relief from the pain and itchiness that your veins once caused.
VenaSeal has shown impressive results in clinical studies with initial success rates >95%.
There are pros and cons to any vein treatment. Be sure to consult with our Ivy League-trained vein specialists to see if VenaSeal is the right vein treatment for you.
VenaSeal trеаtmеnt іѕ an effective alternative to radio frequency ablation. However, it does require special training for use and candidate selection. Our specialized vein doctors will help you decide which treatment is right for you.
The most соmmоn ѕіdе еffесt from VenaSeal іѕ іnflаmmаtіоn of the treated vein, known as phlеbіtіѕ. The inflammation is easily treated with warm compresses and anti-inflammatories over 5-7 days. While uncommon, skin sensitivity to the adhesive can also occur. Overall, side effects are minor and uncommon with endovenous techniques, including VenaSeal.
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Since the VenaSeal treatment does not require any tumescence for local anesthesia, patients find the procedure to be much more comfortable and essentially pain-free.
Both vein treatments are very effective in permanently closing off targeted vein segments. However, VenaSeal does so without any heat delivery. As such, there is no need for large amounts of anesthetic solution.
The glue is a medical adhesive that is gradually absorbed by the body with time