For those unfamiliar with the term ablation, it is simply the removal of an object. However, there are many ways to perform this removal and many different situations to perform it in. In our case, we’re going to focus on ablation and its use on varicose veins.
Ablation therapy is considered a minimally-invasive vein treatment procedure that makes use of radiofrequency or laser technology. The use of lasers has increased in medicine and The Vein Institute of New Jersey is a leader in this type of treatment for varicose veins.
For many people, varicose veins, spider veins and reticular veins are simply a cosmetic concern. For others these vein issues can cause aching pain and discomfort and, in some cases, can lead to more-serious problems. However, with the different types of vein issues out there, how are you supposed to know what’s what?[…]
As part of our commitment at the Vein Institute of NJ to provide education and transparency in the area of varicose and spider vein treatments, we want to provide you with responses to these Frequently Asked Questions that we hear most often.
Varicose, Spider and now Reticular veins. How are you supposed to know what’s what? Or, more importantly, how to get rid of them?
In our past Vein Institute of NJ blog posts, we’ve highlighted some of the new, minimally-invasive treatment modalities that can safely and quickly eliminate varicose veins and spider veins. Sclerotherapy is far from new but it has advanced over time. Here’s what you should know: