Microphlebectomy Treatment Specialist

Microphlebectomy Procedure Specialist Questions and Answers

At Colorado Laser & Vein, David Siroospour, MD and his experienced professionals offer microphlebectomy procedure. It is a minimally-invasive, in-office treatment that removes unsightly and symptomatic superficial varicose veins. For more details please call us or book an appointment online. We serve patients from Centennial CO, Englewood CO, Southglenn CO, Littleton CO, Castle Rock CO, Denver CO and Highlands Ranch, CO.

Microphlebectomy Procedure Specialist Near Me in Centennial, CO
Microphlebectomy Procedure Specialist Near Me in Centennial, CO

Table of Contents:

What is a microphlebectomy?
How is the procedure performed?
What can I expect after the procedure?
Does insurance cover microphlebectomy?

What is a microphlebectomy?


Microphlebectomy is a technique used to remove certain varicose veins that are still visible after EVLT. EVLT is extremely effective in removing the high-pressure venous blood varicose veins. However, in some patients, the veins will still be visible. Microphlebectomy will completely remove the vein wall so that there is no visible vein remaining.

How is the procedure performed?


This is done in the office here at Colorado Laser and Vein. One millimeter incisions are made in order to introduce a small hook that is used to pull the vein from the tissue completely. Generous amounts of numbing medication are used so that you will be comfortable throughout the procedure. There are no scars since the incisions are microscopic. The incisions do not require sutures since they are so small.

What can I expect after the procedure?


There may be some minor bruising or soreness. The improvement in the cosmetic results is immediate since the vein is being completely removed. There is no recovery. We encourage you to return to your normal activities immediately.

Does insurance cover microphlebectomy?


For the most part, private insurers and Medicare will cover this procedure. We will get authorization from your carrier prior to the procedure.