The Benefits of a Mini-Phlebectomy

Despite what most people think, venous insufficiency is quite common. This condition can cause a considerable amount of wear and tear on an individual’s body over time. Essentially, the tissues within the body are changed through the process of natural aging, and the individual’s circulatory system is subject to a relatively high amount of stress compared to other systems within the body. Varicose veins are effectively the result of veins not working as they should be. Those experiencing varicose veins might have trouble walking and carrying out necessary daily activities. What’s worse, a lack of necessary daily motion can lead to gradual weight gain, which further worsens the condition of the individual’s veins. Those experiencing varicose veins have a variety of Deerfield Beach vein treatment options available, such as a mini-phlebectomy.

 

How it Works

 

A mini-phlebectomy can be considered as an alternative treatment method for varicose veins. Depending on the condition in question, the treatment will likely be able to treat varicose veins in an effective manner. Some patients tend to think that the only way to treat varicose veins is through vein stripping. Fortunately, this isn’t necessarily the case. There are a variety of alternative treatment options that can aid an individual experiencing varicose veins.

 

To begin, the doctor will apply a topical anesthetic to the area in question. Next, tiny incisions are made on the patient’s skin in order to treat the area. Two small micro-incisions will allow the doctor to insert small tools into the skin in order to set up the ultrasound for guidance. When the best removal point for the varicose veins is located, the doctor will use specialized tools to bring the veins carefully and gently to the surface of the skin. The procedure is relatively minimally invasive, there it typically won’t require any stitches. Once the procedure is finished, the doctor will likely recommend compression stockings to be worn for a specified amount of time. Additionally, the patient will likely be recommended to engage in daily light walking in order to improve blood circulation.

 

Is a Mini-Phlebectomy the Way to Go?

 

Individuals considering a mini-phlebectomy as a treatment method should understand the benefits that it offers. In effect, a mini-phlebectomy is an effective treatment method that bypasses the invasiveness of most surgical treatments. Patients who are looking to skip out on the discomfort caused from surgical methods might find their ideal treatment in a mini-phlebectomy. This treatment can work wonders when it comes to alleviating pain and improving circulation. Of course, it also reduces the appearance of varicose veins in problem areas. Patients can rest assured knowing that the procedure has a great success rates, particularly for patients in early stages of venous insufficiency.

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