What Is a ClariVein Treatment?

Traditional varicose vein treatments require multiple injections and cause swelling, bruising, and discomfort for patients. ClariVein is a new method that minimizes those side effects and yields superior results with a single injection.

ClariVein procedures use a tiny catheter that rotates inside the vein, dispersing a medical sclerosant to destroy varicosities. The wire tip of the catheter is very small, which allows for precise placement and a painless experience.

Most minimally invasive NY vein treatments involve the use of thermal energy to heat the vein and seal it shut. But ClariVein is not a thermal procedure. Instead, it applies mechanical pressure and chemical damage to the vein’s walls, by rotating within them and secreting an irritant to provoke closure.

This latest endovascular development is a welcome addition, since patients experience less pain than with laser ablation, and less swelling and bruising than with most vein treatments in NY. ClariVein’s dual approach to treating varicose veins provides lasting results.

What Should You Expect with ClariVein?

What would happen if I let my varicose veins go untreated, or if I seek treatment from an unreputable clinic? Highly trained varicose vein doctors in NYC talk about five risks of not seeking treatment for varicose veins or getting treated in the wrong place.

ClariVein: What Are Some Pros & Cons?

ClariVein’s Advantages for Varicose & Spider Veins

  • Patients see immediate results
  • Bruises less than all other treatments
  • No need for multiple injections
  • Resume regular activities right away

ClariVein’s Disadvantages for Varicose & Spider Veins

  • Not suited for some patients or certain veins

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