An ambulatory phlebectomy is an outpatient procedure to remove stubborn veins contributing to chronic venous insufficiency. It is usually performed after laser and foam sclerotherapy for any final veins that remain. There are many ways to treat veins and we can help determine the right treatment for you and your legs.
What is an ambulatory phlebectomy?
How is an ambulatory phlebectomy performed?
How much downtime is needed for this procedure?
There is usually no downtime after this procedure. It is an approximately 30 minute appointment and one can return to work immediately after. Some things to keep in mind about the procedure are:
Does my insurance cover ambulatory phlebectomy or other vein treatments?
Why should I have my veins treated at Golden Coast Dermatology, Skin Cancer, and Vein Center?
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our board certified and fellowship trained surgeon, Dr. James Tidwell,
can help you in your legs get back their healthy function and appearance.