The Vein Treatment Center
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HERE ARE SOME OF THE MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS VEIN TREATMENT PATIENTS ASK DURING A CONSULTATION OR OVER THE PHONE:
ARE MY VEIN TREATMENTS COVERED BY INSURANCE?
If you are experiencing certain symptoms of vein disease, your insurance company and Medicare plan may cover the fees for the consultation and initial examination. If we find that major veins need to be treated with the CoolTouch laser, you may receive insurance benefits for the procedure.
I DON’T HAVE INSURANCE. CAN I STILL SEE A DOCTOR?
Yes, we offer payment plans.
I’M CONCERNED ABOUT VARICOSE VEINS. WHAT ARE MY TREATMENT OPTIONS?
We offer several effective vein treatment options for patients with varicose veins and spider veins. Traditional surgery can be painful and demands a significant amount of downtime. We offer minimally-invasive procedures as an alternative to conventional surgery, including the laser and ambulatory phlebectomy.
HOW DOES VEIN TREATMENT AFFECT CIRCULATION?
Before we offer any type of treatment, we will perform an ultrasonic exam to detect any problematic veins. We can determine which veins are damaged and which ones are causing circulation problems.
HOW MUCH DO VEIN PROCEDURES COST? spider veins treatment cost
The cost of treatment varies. We will go over the costs and payment options during your consultation.
WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS FOR SPIDER VEIN TREATMENT?
Since spider vein treatment is considered a cosmetic procedure, it is not covered by insurance. We offer sclerotherapy for the treatment of spider veins and you pay by session. Some patients need multiple sessions to achieve optimal results.
DO YOU OFFER FINANCING?
We offer flexible payment plans and financing options. We can discuss these options during your consultation.
WHAT CAUSES VARICOSE VEINS? leg veins
Varicose veins develop when your veins have become damaged and blood is pooling in the vein. Some people are at a higher risk of developing varicose veins. Risk factors include family history, pregnancy, and working in certain professions that involve long periods of standing or sitting.