Microphlebectomy to Effectively Treat Varicose Veins
Just as sclerotherapy is often used to ensure complete results after EVLA, Dr. Gilvydis may use microphlebectomy to achieve the same thing. Microphlebectomy is a minimally invasive, microsurgical technique used to remove varicose veins near the surface of the skin that are too small to treat with EVLA and too large to achieve good results with sclerotherapy.
Minimally invasive, in-office solutions for problem veins
Dr. Gilvydis and Dr. Kang perform microphlebectomies in the office at Northern Illinois Vein Clinic. Only local numbing is usually necessary as they carefully and precisely remove segments of the problem vein through tiny incisions. After treatment, you avoid strenuous activity for one week, and can then return to your normal activities.
Get comprehensive solutions for problem veins, including microphlebectomy, right here at Northern Illinois Vein Clinic. Start today – Request your FREE vein screening. Simply call 877-999-7912 to schedule an appointment.