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VeinWave

What is Veinwave?
VeinWave is a revolutionary new FDA approved procedure which uses thermocoagulation to safely and effectively treat spider veins. The procedure was developed by vascular surgeons as a way to treat fine spider veins that can be difficult to treat with sclerotherapy or laser. VeinwaveTM can also be used to treat troublesome veins, often found on the legs, knees and ankles. The treatment relies on thermocoagulation to heat and close vessels instantly. This procedure takes less than an hour to perform and involves no downtime, no bandages, no compression stockings, no sun exposure risks. You can immediately return to normal activity. VeinTherapies is proud to be the only office on the Treasure Coast performing this revolutionary vein treatment!

Who is a candidate for Veinwave?
Any adult man or woman in good general health who has thin spider veins, or tangled, thread-like veins known as “telangiectasia,” and who is looking for a quick procedure with no downtime, can be an excellent candidate for the Veinwave procedure.

What areas does Veinwave improve?
Veinwave is ideally suited to treat spider veins wherever they may occur, even in delicate areas where other treatments may not be suitable. Areas that can be treated include:

  • Legs
  • Arms
  • Ankles
  • Knees
  • Face

How is the procedure performed?
After cleaning the injection site, your specialist will use a very fine, insulated needle to administer the treatment subepidermally but without piercing the vessel itself. Tiny vessels will be destroyed and dissappear quickly. Most procedures take between 10 and 15 minutes to perform, and no bandages are required following the procedure.

Is the procedure painful?
Because the Veinwave procedure uses a very, very fine needle, most patients feel virtually no pain during the procedure, though some report a feeling similar to a tiny, brief pin-prick.

What is the recovery like?
There is no downtime associated with the Veinwave procedure. Men and women treated with Veinwave can resume their normal activities immediately after their procedure. In addition, no bandages are required.

When will I begin to see results?
With the Veinwave system, you will see results immediately following your treatment, as tiny veins close and begin to disappear. Results will continue to improve over the next few days following your procedure.

What will the long-term results be like?
Treatment of spider veins with the Veinwave system is permanent: once your veins are treated successfully with the Veinwave system, you will no longer be bothered by them.

What are the risks?
There is a very small risk of scarring, although this risk is minimal and much less than the risk associated with other vein procedures.

How many sessions are needed?
While many men and women are successfully treated with only one treatment, others may require two or three treatments to achieve optimal results.

When can one return to work after Veinwave?
Most men and women return to work and other normal activities immediately after their procedure.

What are the advantages of Veinwave over other procedures?
Veinwave offers many advantages over other procedures used to treat spider veins and telangiectasia, including:

  • Less pain
  • No bruising
  • No downtime
  • Ability to treat areas like knees, ankles and face
  • High degree of safety

In addition, the Veinwave procedure is also faster than comparable treatments.

Is the Veinwave procedure approved for use in USA?
Yes. Veinwave has been used for years in Europe, and recently received approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the United States.

Is the Veinwave procedure covered by insurance companies?
Most insurance companies consider spider vein treatments to be cosmetic and do not offer coverage. In some cases, however, spider vein procedures may be covered, especially when they occur with more problematic varicose veins. To determine whether or not your procedure will be covered, be sure to contact your insurance company directly.