VenaCure EVLT

VenaCure EVLT treatment eliminates unsightly varicose veins with no hospital stay, minimal-to-no scarring, no lengthy recovery and minimal-to-no side effects. In less than an hour, you can be free from bulging, twisted varicose veins and back to enjoying your everyday activities. The VenaCure EVLT procedure is safe, fast, and effective. With VenaCure EVLT treatment you can show off your legs again. We invite you to use this website to learn about vein disease, compare varicose vein removal treatment alternatives and then if you think you’re a candidate contact us today at 850.434.5750 to find out more information.

The VenaCure EVLT system uses targeted laser energy to seal the vein shut and help you look and feel better fast.  The procedure is minimally invasive and requires no general anesthesia. Only local anesthetic is used to numb the area where the physician is working. Patients are encouraged to walk immediately after the procedure.

The treatment generally takes less than one hour in a doctor’s office and offers immediate relief with minimal-to-no scarring. Patients can usually resume normal activities immediately with minimal or no pain. The success rate of the VenaCure EVLT procedure is as high as 98 percent – measurably better than the alternatives of surgical ligation or stripping, radiofrequency electrosurgery and injection sclerotherapy. 

Benefits:

  • Treatment in less than an hour.
  • Can be performed in the doctor’s office.
  • Up to 98% success rate.
  • Immediate relief of symptoms.
  • Return to normal activity immediately – with little or no pain.
  • No general anesthesia or hospitalization.
  • Minimal-to-no scarring.
  • Typically is covered by insurance.

Here’s what to expect from the VenaCure EVLT procedure:

  • Your doctor uses ultrasound to map out your vein.
  • Local anesthetic is applied.
  • A thin laser fiber is inserted through a tiny entry point, usually near the knee.
  • Laser energy is delivered to seal the faulty vein.
  • Walking immediately after the procedure is encouraged. Normal daily activity can be resumed; just avoid rigorous activities such as gym workouts.
  • There may be minor soreness and bruising. Any discomfort can be treated with over-the-counter, non-aspirin pain relievers as necessary.