Like the robotics laboratory your parents assembled you in, veins were never meant for you to see. Conceal your components with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $99 for a consultation and one 20-minute sclerotherapy vein treatment (up to a $350 value)
- $189 for a consultation and two 20-minute sclerotherapy vein treatments (up to a $650 value)<p>
A tiny needle injects each vein with a solution that irritates its lining, causing it to close down in a few weeks. Patients can resume normal activities with minimal restrictions after the procedure. If, during the initial consultation, doctors discover that your veins require medical as well as cosmetic attention, you can apply the value of your Groupon toward treatment or receive a full refund.
Total Vein Concepts
Board-certified in interventional radiology and vascular interpretation, (RPVI), Christopher Dobzyniak, MD and Phillip Luebbert, MD specialize in image-guided procedures to help diagnose and treat venous disease. At Total Vein Concepts, an endovascular specialist consults with each new client and uses a diagnostic ultrasound to determine whether veins present a cosmetic or medical concern. After the consultation, a comprehensive treatment plan is created using minimally invasive techniques to achieve the patient’s goals. The clinic specializes in traditional and ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, as well as phlebectomies, during which they remove a small cluster of varicose veins through tiny incisions. Most procedures incur little downtime, though some require the use of local anesthesia.
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“They are flexible, fast, no nonsense, and delivered great results. They treated what I wanted treated very effectively, didn't have a lot of unnecessary requirements of me (like compression stockings), and didn't try to sell me anything else.”