How much does vein removal treatment cost?
The cost of vein removal treatment depends on your condition and treatment plan. We offer very affordable pricing for our treatments as well as payment plans for select patients. Most vein removal treatments are covered by insurance and our staff will assist with all the necessary documentation and billing to help maximize your benefits.
Is varicose vein treatment covered by insurance?
Most varicose vein treatment is covered by insurance. We will complete a predetermination process to ensure that your treatment will be covered by your insurance company. Most patients simply pay a co-pay or small deductible.
What is the best treatment for varicose veins?
There are many different treatment options for varicose veins and Dr. Sinnathamby will help you choose the best vein treatment for your condition, medical needs and cosmetic goals. Our treatments are minimally invasive and virtually pain free, completed by a Board-certified cardiologist.
Is vein removal painful? Is there are lengthy recovery?
Our varicose vein and spider vein treatments are virtually pain free. Vein stripping was the traditional treatment for varicose veins. This treatment required surgery, was often painful and required a lengthy recover. Our procedures are performed in-office, usually in less than one hour and most patients return to normal activity immediately.
Should I postpone treatment?
Varicose veins and spider veins are a type of chronic condition that get worse with time. It is usually not recommended to postpone treatment. Most patients who have treatment will experience an immediate relief from the symptoms of varicose veins like heaviness, itching and restlessness.
How long will the results of my treatment last?
It is unlikely that you will experience any recurrence in the veins that we treat, however, varicose veins are a chronic condition so you may experience problems with other veins in the future. If other veins appear and become a problem, we can treat those as well. Dr. Sinnathamby may recommend an ongoing treatment and maintenance plan to prevent future problems.