At enhanceskin, we’ve been treating the good people of Nelson and Blenheim for years… Our walk in, walk out outpatient varicose vein treatments, have been quite literally changing people’s lives. We’ve used Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) and Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy (UGS) to relieve our clients of the painful symptoms associated with varicose veins, but now there’s a new kid on the block, the VenaSeal closure system.
The VenaSeal closure system uses a proprietary medical adhesive delivered endovenously, treating and closing varicose veins.
So how does VenaSeal™ make treating varicose veins easier for you?
While it may not be suitable for every client, if this solution is appropriate for you, it does have a couple of advantages not found with other varicose vein treatments.
- Unlike other varicose vein treatments, using the VenaSeal closure system means that there is no requirement to wear compression stockings following your procedure. We think that’s a huge benefit at this time of year when things are just starting to heat up for summer.
- Heading to the Islands, or further afield for a spring/summer break? If this treatment is suitable for you, you’ll be pleased to know there are no restrictions on travel; you can hop on a plane straight away!
- Way less injections as no tumescent anaesthesia is necessary!
- Still walk in / walk out.
Book your FREE, no obligation consultation with David (in Nelson or Blenheim) and discover whether VenaSeal is for you; and if it’s not remember that we have other ways of treating your varicose veins.
- Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA), the gold standard varicose vein treatment, requires no general anaesthesia or hospital stay. You walk in and walk out and you are even able to drive home afterwards.
- Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy (UGS) uses specialised ultrasound equipment to guide injections of sclerosent which permanently closes the vein. This procedure is virtually painless, so requires no anaesthesia and takes just an hour.
Summer is almost here, be ready to wear shorts again!