Endoluminal Thermal Ablation
Both endovenous laser ablation and radiofrequency ablation are available to achieve endoluminal thermal closure of reverse-flowing venous trunks which lead to varicose veins.
Here at Benville Vein Practice, we offer the best non-invasive treatment for your problems.Endoluminal Thermal Ablation
Single Puncture non-Tumescent Techniques
We also offer bioadhesive endoluminal closure (Venaseal) and mechanochemical ablation (MOCA) which are ultra-modern techniques that require one single puncture to achieve truncal vein closure with one single local anaesthetic injection.Single Puncture non-Tumescent
We offer microsclerotherapy by injection for branching telangiectasia and other cutaneous blemishes under loupe magnifying lenses, liquid sclerotherapy for small varicosed veins and localised perforating veins, and foam sclerotherapy for superficial venules.Cosmetic Procedures
The Treatment We Offer For Veins
Varicose veins comprise a spectrum of conditions, ranging from tiny superficial blue or broken or thread veins to visible bulging varicosities. They can occur from the very top of the leg to the ankle, and all can be investigated quickly and painlessly by non-invasive ultrasound, and are all treatable under local anaesthesia. Ultrasound scanning is used in every case, to ensure there is a problem with the veins and to localize the exact source of the veins. If there is a problem, the scan and clinical picture will help decide the optimal treatment modalities appropriate to treat your particular veins.
We offer all modern endovenous treatments, which include ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy, micro sclerotherapy, endoluminal heat or thermal ablation, mechanochemical ablation (MOCA), and endovenous bioadhesive closure. Varicosities can also easily be removed painlessly under local anaesthesia, a day-case procedure known as phlebectomy.
Severe or long-standing varicose veins can result in skin changes. These include rashes like eczema, causing broken weeping itchy skin, leg swelling and oedema, reddened indurated skin, and even ulcers. Sometimes, ulceration is related to several underlying causes, but dealing with any underlying veins can help the ulcers heal.
We are based in Dorset and offer all these treatment modalities to day-case clients across the Central South and have many years of experience in dealing with these problems.View Vein Treatments Enquire Now