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Phlebectomy is another procedure which can be used to treat medium or large-sized tortuous veins not amenable to endovenous ablation treatments. At Boston Vein Care, ultrasound assisted sclerotherapy is our preferred method of treating reticular veins because it eliminates the need for local anesthesia. Ultimately the choice between ultrasound assisted sclerotherapy and phlebectomy depends on the size of veins and locations. The end results are the same after both procedures.
We provide sclerotherapy, ultrasound sclerotherapy and phlebectomy in Boston Vein Care and sometimes we have to provide all said treatment in a single patient because many times patients have a varying size of veins. Due to ability to provide all said treatments, we can pick the best phlebectomy vein treatment in Boston MA which will get best results for individual patient.
Many times patients come to us after having undergone endovenous ablation elsewhere and after being told veins are going to improve, but that failed to happen and they continued with symptoms.
I had seen so many doctors over the period of 7 years or so and had been told by so many doctors that there is nothing which can be done. I was told, “yes there is experimental treatments being performed in Europe and maybe after 10 years we will have them”. I am glad I found Dr. Habib and have undergone endovenous ablation and phlebectomy and sclerotherapy and I am so glad. My leg which used to look like a hamburger is back to normal……….