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What is Endovenous Laser Therapy? EVLT Explained.

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Over the last decade treatment for varicose vein disease has made significant advancements. These advancements have improved efficacy rates and recovery time, reduced pain as a result of the procedure and allowed patients to seek treatment in the comfort of an out patient clinic setting. While there are a few very common procedures offered these days, one of the most popular forms of varicose vein treatment is known as Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT).

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Common Questions Regarding Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT).

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5 Things You Need To Know About Treatment For Vein Disease

office-06.jpgAlthough many people are unaware of the extent and severity of vein disease, it is one of the most common to affect Americans today.  Nearly a third of the entire U.S. population, more than 80 million people, suffers from the painful and unsightly disease. 

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What to Expect After Undergoing Treatment for Vein Disease

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Many patients are unsure about what to expect after they have undergone treatment for their varicose veins. Thankfully, vein treatments are non-invasive and generally pose little risk for complications during recovery. Your physician will explain detailed aftercare instructions and answer any questions you might have that are specific to your individual case.

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Vein Stripping vs. Modern Varicose Vein Treatments

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Vein Stripping was once the most popular surgical procedure to treat vein disease. The procedure involved incisions up and down the legs, which allowed surgeons to insert a small piece of wire into the vein. Once the wire had been attached to the vein it was then stripped from the body. In addition vein stripping has shown a steady success rate of under 50% with recurrence rates high.  Moreover, vein stripping, as you can imagine, can often cause more damage than benefit to the patient, as it unnaturally destroys the veins.

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