Varicose Veins Procedures

Endovenous Laser

Endovenous Laser is a simple procedure to treat varicose veins when the reflux in the Great Saphenous Vein, the superficial vein in the thigh. Over many years the endovenous laser has proved its efficacy for being the gold standard for treating varicose veins.
The endovenous laser allows the doctor to burn the main vein causing varicose veins in your legs. Hence the backflow in the vein will stop, resulting in the shrinking of the superficial veins in the legs.
Laser treatment for varicose veins is a safe and reliable technique when done by experts.
The procedure is performed in the clinic or the hospital under local anesthesia with no recovery time required. After the procedure, you will be able to walk immediately and will be required to wear compression stockings for only 48 hours after the treatment. No medications are needed.

Endovenous laser ablation

Varicose veins Endovenous Laser

Venaseal Procedure

Venaseal Closure procedure is one of the newest techniques to treat varicose veins when the superficial veins are involved. It uses a medical glue to occlude the vein resulting in fibrosing and preventing blood flow in it.
Symptomatic varicose veins are primarily due to venous reflux in the great saphenous veins. Therefore, the blood does not flow normally through these veins, which causes pain, fatigue, swelling, and superficial veins.
Your doctor will choose the Venaseal Closure procedure for your case based on a physical exam and ultrasound imaging. Your procedure will be performed under local anesthesia in our clinic. There are no preparations required. After the procedure, compression stockings are required for 24-48 hours.
You can continue your routine daily activities. You do not need any medications after the procedure.

Venaseal Closure Device

Venaseal closure


Varicose veins are one of the oldest diseases discovered in history; they are also one of the most spread diseases in humans. Surgery was the only option available to treat varicose veins, but with recent innovation, it is now reserved for a selected population of patients.
Your doctor might recommend surgery for you if the anatomy of your veins is not suitable for the newer endovenous procedures or in case you have a recurrence of the varicose veins after prior surgery.
Surgery for varicose veins is done as a day-case in the hospital. Your doctor can perform the surgical resection of varicose veins under general or spinal anesthesia. Recovery usually takes a few days which the incision heal. Most patients return to their routine activity within 1-2 weeks.

Varicose veins surgery