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All About Ambulatory Phlebectomy

Abnormal veins are common. However, they are often embarrassing and painful for the patient. Although some patients may be able to improve their symptoms at home, many will require professional treatment. If you are suffering from varicose veins, you may consider a number of different treatments, including ambulatory phlebectomy. Below is some information to help you decide whether ambulatory phlebectomy is the best treatment option for you.

What is Ambulatory Phlebectomy?

Ambulatory phlebectomy is a procedure designed for patients with large, superficial varicose veins. During the procedure, the surgeon removes these veins from the body completely through small incisions made in the skin. The procedure offers excellent cosmetic results, as well as complete elimination of any associated symptoms.

Benefits of an Ambulatory Phlebectomy

This procedure offers several notable benefits for patients, including:

Scheduling a Procedure

If you are interested in learning more about ambulatory phlebectomy, you must first make an appointment with a qualified vascular surgeon. A vein doctor who has experience with this procedure will be able to examine your veins, review your medical history and help you decide whether you may benefit from undergoing this procedure. To get started, please call Vascular & Interventional Associates today.

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