Varicose Veins Laser Treatment Cost at West Medical

Many factors go into determining varicose veins laser treatment cost at West Medical. These include:  how severe the condition is, whether and how much insurance covers, whether or not multiple visits to the treatment center are required, and, of course, the type of treatment you ultimately obtain. Because every case is different from every other case, the treatment associated with each case is likely to be different as well and the only way to find out what it might with any accuracy is to set up a free initial consultation.

To understand why this is so, it might be helpful to make sure you understand just how this annoying and sometimes painful condition works and is treated.

Varicose Vein Basics

Simply put, varicose veins are enlarged and highly-visible veins, usually in the legs. They are only a cosmetic concern for most of those affected. However, a small percentage of sufferers may experience pain or discomfort, with an even smaller percentage experiencing some kind of complication.  Of course, even if the issue is only cosmetic, that doesn’t mean it’s not putting a serious crimp in your daily life, particularly if you like wearing shorts or any other type of clothing where your legs may be exposed.

There are several different forms of varicose veins and the condition can vary in severity. It tends to be more common in women but men can get it as well. Self-care like exercise or compression therapy may effectively treat or at least halt the progression of varicose veins in some cases. However, they are very often extremely difficult to get rid of without some form of medical intervention.

Treatments

There are a number of different treatment options for varicose veins. They include:

  • Laser Therapy
  • Sclerotherapy (chemically based)
  • Microphlebectomy
  • Surgical ligation and stripping

Get in Touch

If you are in need of varicose vein treatment don’t let cost worries stop you from looking into your options. Reach out to our office by calling the number on your screen or by visiting our contact page.