Remove Varicose Veins Easily




USA Vein Clinics treats varicose veins with endovenous laser therapy (EVLT), a minimally invasive, in-office procedure that is often completed in approximately 15 minutes. Patients do not have to follow complicated pre-surgical instructions or go to a hospital to receive ELVT.

      There are many differences between varicose veins and spider veins. Both are caused by clogging of the blood vessels. Spider veins rarely cause pain, are small and fine and are mostly red, purple and blue in color, usually having a linear pattern that looks somewhat like the web of a spider.

      Varicose veins are more serious. They are bigger and the affected veins are bulky to look at. These more resemble thick ropes that bulge and protrude and seem to be coming out of the skin. Varicose veins are painful, causing discomfort with itching, burning and swelling, and can cause further complications. With new treatments like EVLT, in most cases, patients can resume their normal daily activities right away. 

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