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Microphlebectomy for Varicose Veins

About Microphlebectomy

Anyone who has experienced varicose veins knows that they not only can be unattractive and embarrassing, but painful. In fact, they’re often associated with swelling, skin discoloration, itching and inflammation. The good news is, there is an effective treatment available. Small varicose veins are sometimes best eliminated using a procedure called microphlebectomy.

In this minimally invasive treatment available at North Shore Vascular, Dr. Golan makes a tiny 1- to 2-millimeter incision in the skin to remove the varicose vein. It is a short, manageable procedure, yet it allows you to quickly treat the frustration of varicose veins. Best of all, you’ll have only a small bandage over your incision, and you can return to regular activities right away. Typically, there is minimal discomfort, and excellent results are immediate.

What to Expect in Microphlebectomy Treatment

Microphlebectomy treatment for varicose veins is so minimally invasive, you don’t need general anesthesia or stitches. The entire procedure is done with local anesthesia, causes minimal discomfort and takes typically less than an hour. Even better, afterward, you can go home and resume your daily routine.

Our patients are only required to wear compression stockings for a few days after the procedure. In most cases, with this microphlebectomy treatment, you’ll leave with visible change.

Typically, there is minimal discomfort, and excellent results are immediate.

Are You a Good Candidate for This Procedure?

The best candidates for microphlebectomy are individuals who are experiencing pain or frustration from varicose veins. Those with varicose veins close to the surface of their legs are especially suited for the treatment. If you’re curious to learn more, talk to North Shore Vascular.. For many individuals, this is a great treatment possibility.

Schedule a Consultation With North Shore Vascular

If you’re interested in learning more about the minimally invasive treatment of microphlebectomy, contact North Shore Vascular. Unlike most vein clinics, we are proud to have our board-certified vascular surgeon, Dr. Golan, perform laser procedures.

Dr. Golan has been treating veins and arteries for more than 30 years and was, in fact, the first local physician to provide laser treatment for varicose veins in the area. Furthermore, he not only is an expert at performing microphlebectomy, he has trained more than 400 other physicians in his field.

Come to our family practice in Northfield, Illinois, just north of Chicago, and find the best in personalized, professional care today!

The North Shore Vascular Difference

You want to have confidence in your doctor, and you want the treatment done correctly and effectively the first time. North Shore Vascular continues to stand above other area vein treatment facilities for several reasons:

  • Dr. Golan is an ABMS-certified vascular surgeon, top in his field, with the ability to provide all vascular treatments, including EVLT, microphlebectomy and sclerotherapy.
  • North Shore Vascular treats the condition or health issue causing the spider or varicose veins
  • Dr. Golan is considered one of the foremost experts in EVLT and varicose vein treatment. He was one of the first vascular surgeons in the Chicago area to the learn the EVLT procedure and has now performed more than 5,000 laser vein procedures. He is an attending physician at NorthShore University HealthSystem and is a Senior Clinician Educator at University of Chicago Pritzer School of Medicine
  • Vein clinics, often national or local franchises, are typically not staffed with board-certified vascular surgeons. They employ other types of physicians and call them “vein specialists.” North Shore Vascular offers the best of the best: a board-certified vascular surgeon, a board-certified physician assistant, and an ICAVL nationally certified lab that meets the same criteria as hospital-based labs.

If you need vein treatment, know you’re in the best hands when choosing North Shore Vascular. Call or complete our brief contact form to request an appointment today.

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