VARITHENA

Varithena is a foam medicine approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) to treat venous insufficiency and varicose veins. Varithena Varithena contains (Polidocanol) a medicine used to treat large varicose veins of up to 12 mm, which usually cause pain. After treatment with Varithena, the varicose veins collapse and diminish in size, eliminating pain and restoring the aesthetic and healthy appearance of the legs.

 

Does my medical insurance cover Varithena treatment?
Varicose Veins and Venous Insufficiency are medical conditions that can be covered by most NY State Medical Insurance.

 

Disability time
This procedure does not require recovery time. Patients can return to their daily activities almost immediately.

Advantages of Varithena

Varithena is a treatment that, compared with other treatments used to eliminate varicose veins, leaves no scars and is done in a short period of time (only a few minutes).

With Varithena the risk of infection is also lower, and usually antibiotics are not prescribed because the incision is made with a very small needle.

The treatment of Varicose Veins with Varithena is very simple. Varithena is a foam medicine that is injected into the affected vein with the guide of an ultrasound.

During the treatment, the vein collapses immediately and it is absorbed by the body in a natural process.

Varicose Veins and Venous Insufficiency are medical conditions that can be covered by most NY State Medical Insurance.

At Mark Medical Care we are experts in taking care of your Veins.

How long does the procedure take?

It takes approximately one hour to complete the procedure.

Varicose Veins and Venous Insufficiency are medical conditions that can be covered by most NY State Medical Insurance.

It takes approximately one hour to complete the procedure.

Care after treatment:
  • Do not lift heavy objects (over 20 pounds) until one week after the treatment.
  • Start wearing compression stockings daily, after the second day of treatment.
  • Avoid direct sun exposure according to your medical provider directions.

Can Varicose Veins come back after treatment?

Because there is no definitive cure for weak vein valves, some patients may have problems with their varicose veins again.

The recommendation is to perform a preventive Sonogram, if some of the symptoms reappear.

Varicose Veins and Venous Insufficiency are medical conditions that can be covered by most NY State Medical Insurance.

At Mark Medical Care we are experts in taking care of your Veins.