Injections seal off spider veins’ interior walls, causing them to fade; EVLT treatments close off blood flow to raised varicose veins
About This Deal
- Spider Vein Treatment
During endovenous laser therapy (EVLT) treatments, doctors insert a laser fiber into the veins that supplies blood to the varicose veins, cutting off their supply and diminishing their appearance. This in-office procedure typically requires only local anesthesia. During spider-vein treatments, qualified specialists inject a sclerosing agent to seal off veins' interior walls, causing them to fade. Both procedures have high success rates. Many health-insurance plans cover EVLT, but this voucher assists with additional out-of-pocket expenses, such as the deductible, copay, and coinsurance ($1,000/leg average).
About Alaska Vein Care
The licensed, board-certified doctors and sclerotherapy-certified nurse at Alaska Vein Care vanquish spider veins and enlarged, bulging varicose veins with FDA-approved treatments. Injections of a sclerosing agent seal the interior lining of spider veins, diminishing their appearance by blocking blood flow. Treatments for varicose veins include EVLT treatments to restore normal circulation, micro-phlebectomy procedures to remove looped veins, and sclerotherapy, which closes vein walls.