Novomed Vein Clinic
At Novomed, we have a team of leading vascular surgeons providing clinically proven treatments for varicose, thread and spider veins in the face and legs. Our services are designed to give the best results for our patients and are performed as outpatient treatments without using general anesthesia.
Why choose Novomed?
Our board-certified surgeons offer tailored minimally invasive treatments for various vein conditions performed within our clinic, with little to no disruption to your lifestyle. We take pride in providing painless treatment options that enable you to resume your normal activities directly following your treatment. Many of our procedures provide instant visible results, allowing you to enjoy the benefits immediately following your procedure.
Our state-of-the-art treatments for vein conditions include:
- Ablation of spider veins
- Laser treatment of varicose veins
- Laser vein removal
- Vascular surgery
The essential steps for healthy veins
1. Consultation and diagnosis
During your consultation, our vascular surgeon will review your medical history, discuss your concerns and goals, and explain all your treatment options and the implications of any surgery or other procedure that might be appropriate. The consultation may also include an X-ray imaging or detailed ultrasound scan.
Our vascular surgeon will use a minimally invasive technique to remove unhealthy veins. We specialize in walk-in, walk-out procedures that are both safe and effective while causing the least amount of discomfort.
We’ll arrange a second consultation six to eight weeks following your treatment to ensure that it has been successful. During the follow-up appointment, our surgeon may use a technique called Foam Sclerotherapy to treat any residual veins.
At Novomed Vein Clinic, we aim to advance the treatment of venous disorders and medical aesthetic procedures and provide patients with the highest quality of care.
Book your consultation today by calling toll-free 800 (NOVO) 6686 or click the live chat icon at the bottom of the screen.