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Vein and Laser Center

Vein and Laser Center

Living with venous issues like spider veins, varicose veins and other vascular diseases can be painful and embarrassing. The Vein and Laser Center offers comprehensive management of venous disease and varicose veins treatment to meet the unique needs of both men and women.

Doylestown Health's Vein and Laser Center features:

  • Board-certified interventional radiologists who are vascular specialists with specific training in the management of vascular disease
  • Education on risk factors, causes and symptoms of varicose veins
  • Diagnosis and treatment in a convenient outpatient setting
  • Minimally-invasive therapies for faster recovery, no anesthesia or hospital admission required
  • Full range of treatment options available including EVLT®, ClariVein®, sclerotherapy, ambulatory phlebectomy and CoolGlide® surface laser treatment
  • Team

    Team

    The Vein and Laser Center's board-certified interventional radiologists are vascular specialists with specific training in the management of vascular disease.

  • Image of Normal Vein compared to Varicose Vein

    About Venous Disease and Varicose Veins

    Veins are blood vessels that return blood from the body to the heart. The goal of treating venous diseases is to relieve symptoms and improve the appearance.

  • Doctor taking patient's blood pressure

    Treatment Options

    The Vein and Laser Center offers several advanced options, including laser and catheter treatments, to relieve pain and reduce the appearance of bulging veins.

  • Venous Insufficiency

    Before and After Photos of Varicose Veins

    See before and after photos of varicose veins treated at Doylestown Health's Vein and Laser Center.

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