Comprehensive Vein Treatment Publishes New Article Explaining the Vein Treatment Microphlebectomy

August 6th, 2013. Hamilton Square, NJ. The Comprehensive Vein Treatment Center is publishing a new article on the advanced vein treatment microphlebectomy. This form of vein treatment removes clusters of varicose veins through tiny punctures in the skin, producing great outcomes for many patients. The Hamilton Square, NJ-based vein center states that the article is designed to give patients a thorough understanding of this procedure in order to aid patients in making thoughtful choices on vein treatment.

According to Dr. Ahmad, a leading vein doctor at the Comprehensive Vein Treatment Center, microphlebectomy is often used to remove diseased veins after a venous closure procedure. “Eight to ten very small punctures are made in the skin through which the diseased vein is removed. The treatment’s minimally invasive nature allows for a very quick recovery time. Most patients are able to return to their daily activities the day after the procedure.”

The Center hopes that its newest article on microphlebectomy will provide patients with a better understanding of this advanced form of vein treatment and its effectiveness. The center will continue educating patients about the minimally invasive procedure throughout the month of July, and encourages anyone struggling with varicose veins to discuss microphlebectomy with their vein specialists as part of the process of choosing the most appropriate treatment for their condition.

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Varicose Vein Treatment Options

Varicose veins and spider veins are extremely common in men and women. While spider veins are very small, reddish veins on the surface of the skin, varicose veins are much larger, bulging, tangled veins that may appear bluish in color. Men and women suffer from varicose veins, although women are much more likely to have them.

Today, patients have access to a number of effective varicose vein treatment options. Advancements in technology and medicine have led to the development of effective, minimally invasive treatments that produce optimal results with few side-effects or downtime. These treatments include sclerotherapy, radio frequency ablation, phlebectomy, and endovenous laser ablation.

About the Comprehensive Vein Treatment Center

The Comprehensive Vein Treatment Center provides the Hamilton Square, NJ area with a personal approach to vein care. The team of close-knit professionals that staffs this vein center understands the value of personal attention when it comes to treatment. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmad, a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and of the Royal College of Surgeons, heads the center. Dr. Ahmad is certified by the American Board of Phlebology and uses the most technologically-advanced methods available to treat all forms of venous disease. Patients can benefit from both noninvasive and minimally invasive treatments that are safe and effective. Dr. Ahmad has completed more than 2500 venous closure procedures since 2004. This expertise, combined with the Center’s commitment to providing a personally tailored treatment program for each patient, allow every visitor to enjoy the best in vein care.

Comprehensive Vein Treatment Center

Imtiaz Ahmad, MD

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