VenaSeal™ Closure System
As the leading Vein Center in the Coachella Valley, Desert Vein and Vascular Institute is proud to exclusively offer the VenaSeal™Closure system for the treatment for varicose veins.
VenaSeal™ is the latest minimally invasive treatment available for patients suffering from vein disease. It is the first vein treatment of its kind that treats varicose veins of the legs by sealing the affected veins using a medical adhesive.
Advantages of VenaSeal™:
- Quick – most procedures can be completed in just 20 minutes while in our office
- Effective – the procedural success rate is 98%
- Painless – the VenaSeal™ procedure requires only a single injection of local anesthetic
- Minimally Invasive – patients can resume activity immediately
- No wait time – VenaSeal™ does not require a trial of compression socks prior to the procedure
How is VenaSeal™ performed?
After an ultrasound identifies which veins require treatment, one of our board certified vascular surgeons will determine whether you are a candidate for VenaSeal™. They will answer all questions and the consultation is complimentary.
During the procedure, the physician will thread a small catheter (flexible tube) into the vein to be treated. Then the VenaSeal™ adhesive is delivered into the vein and light pressure to the leg is applied for a few minutes. The catheter is removed and the procedure is completed. Patients require only a Band-aid over the puncture site and can immediately return to all activities.
What is the cost of VenaSeal™?
As VenaSeal™ is the latest, minimally invasive treatment offered for vein treatment, it is currently offered on a cash pay basis. After a complimentary ultrasound and consultation, your physician will be able to give you exact pricing information based upon the number of veins that require treatment. The transparent pricing includes all of your care, so there are no hidden fees. Desert Vein and Vascular institute does offer CareCredit, an option for financing the procedure.
DVVI also offers ClosureFast™ Radiofrequeny Ablation, an excellent alternative option to VenaSeal™ that is usually covered by your insurance plan. Your DVVI physician will discuss all treatment options with you during your complimentary consultation.