Vein Treatment Roswell, GA
Vein Specialists of North West Georgia performs vein treatments for all kinds of vein ailments. We specialize in minimally invasive procedures that work to relieve the side effects of chronic venous insufficiency. With our staff of board certified surgeons, we can quickly diagnose and treat your condition using the latest treatment methods.
Closurefast™ is a procedure that uses radiofrequency energy to treat varicose and spider veins. With ultrasound guidance, we insert a thin catheter into the diseased vein. As the catheter is removed, it emits radiofrequency energy that works to close the walls of the vein. This forces blood to be redirected to healthy veins and cause the diseased vein to disappear.
Venaseal™ Closure System
Venaseal™ works similarly to Closurefast except that it does not use heat to close veins. Instead, it uses a medical adhesive that permanently sticks the walls of the vein together, causing blood flow to the vein to be shut off. Venaseal is most commonly used to treat small veins because it does not carry the same risk factors as heat closure systems.
Using the same insertion method as Venaseal™ and Closurefast™, VenaCure EVLT™ uses laser therapy to close diseased veins. This concentrated light energy targets the treatment area with extreme precision to permanently close the bad vein.
Also known as a stab avulsion, an ambulatory micro-phlebectomy removes diseased veins in small sections using a series of small incisions. This procedure is performed while patients are under light sedation and offers immediate results.
Compression stockings are used to improve blood flow and relieve the symptoms of venous insufficiency. While they will not cause the diseased veins to go away, they do provide some relief.
Schedule an Appointment Today
To schedule an appointment with one of our vein specialists, give us a call at 770-423-0595 or go to our contact page to fill out our contact form. For more information on chronic venous insufficiency, view our varicose vein and spider vein treatment pages.