Does the VenaSeal™ work?
Clinical studies have demonstrated that the procedure is safe and effective. The procedure is administered without the use of tumescent anesthesia, avoiding patient discomfort associated with multiple needle sticks.
Dr. Sherman inserts a small catheter into the leg and utilizes ultrasound to guide the catheter into the diseased area of the vein and administer the VenaSeal™. He then distributes the adhesive to close the vein. The blood then re-routes, and patients can expect to see healthy veins in their legs. Afterward, Dr. Sherman removes the catheter and bandages the site. Other vein treatments risk burning & nerve injury.
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What Can I Expect From My Experience?
- easy outpatient operation
- Less pain and bruising compared to other methods
- quicker recovery time compared to other methods
- no compression stockings are necessary after the procedure
- simple adhesive seals
How will my Venaseal procedure take?
The procedure is done as a day at the hospital. VenaSeal™ takes about 45-60 minutes, with an average post-surgery time of 4-6 hours.