Vein Ablation

Customized Venous Ablation Procedures

CVD Vein Clinic provides a wide range of vein procedures, including vein ablation, to patients in Fall River, MA, and the surrounding areas. In addition to vein ablation, we also offer sclerotherapy, laser vein removal, venography, and radiofrequency ablation. Our procedures and treatments are customized to fit your unique needs. Whether you have varicose veins or spider veins, leg vein ablation can help.

What is Vein Ablation?

Vein ablation, also called endovenous ablation, is a medical procedure that helps to treat varicose veins. Varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged due to pressure. This procedure uses an ultrasound to locate any problematic veins and then radiofrequency to close them. Radiofrequency cauterizes the varicose veins by using heat to damage the veins so they can collapse and eventually disappear. The heat is applied inside the affected vein

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The Benefits of Vein Ablation

The venous ablation procedure can provide patients suffering from varicose veins with many benefits. This effective treatment gets rid of varicose veins, but it can also relieve the painful symptoms they cause, including aching, itching, rashes, and swelling. Additionally, this procedure is safe, minimally invasive, and rarely, if ever, leaves scars. The additional benefits of vein ablation include:

  • Improved overall general health
  • Improved self-confidence
  • Significant cosmetic improvement
  • More energy throughout the day
  • Immediate symptom relief
  • Relief from heaviness,
  • Relief from cramps
  • Relief from swelling

Possible Risks & Common Side Effects of Vein Ablation

Any vein ablation procedure, just like any medical procedure, comes with its own possible risks and common side effects. Vein ablation side effects will be discussed with you during your initial consultation. Generally, vein ablation is an immensely safe procedure. Common side effects after vein ablation can include bruising, pain, and irritation of the nerves surrounding the treated vein. Developing a blood clot in the veins in the treated leg is not common but can occur. Your overseeing physician will take special precautions to decrease the likelihood of these risks.

The Types of Vein Ablation

When it comes to vein ablation, there are two different types. If you’re seeking to have your varicose veins removed and vein ablation has been determined as the best course of removal for you, there is radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and endovenous laser ablation to consider. Radiofrequency ablation is performed under general anesthesia. This procedure targets the vein with high-frequency waves that heat the vein. A catheter is then inserted into the vein and transmits the radiofrequency. Endovenous laser ablation is similar to radiofrequency ablation, except laser energy is utilized rather than radio waves. Both types of procedures are considered safe.

Contact Us Today for Vein Ablation

You’ve come to the right place if you are suffering from a vein condition – medical or cosmetic – and are interested in vein ablation. Since 2013, CVD Vein Clinic has served the vein-related needs of residents throughout Fall River, MA, and the surrounding areas. Our expert team boasts more than 30 years of collective experience and is dedicated to enhancing the lives of our valued patients. Other than vein ablation we also offer sclerotherapy, laser vein removal, venography, and radiofrequency ablation. If your legs are causing you pain, or you’re unhappy with the way they look or feel, contact us today.