Lima Phlebologist
531 S. Eastown Rd.
Lima, Ohio 45805 US
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Personal Statement

Education is powerful. Once you become knowledgeable about your health concerns, learning about possible causes and treatments, you can then make an informed decision that you and your provider are comfortable with executing.

Certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine

Consultation Fee

Free. We offer free screenings for all our treatments.

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Aggarwal has hospital affiliations at Lima Memorial Hospital, St. Rita's Medical Center, Coldwater Hospital.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BA, Biology, BS Journalism
    Medical: MD, West Virginia University
    Graduate: Masters, Health Services Administration, George Washington University

Treatments offered at Vein Care Center Laser Specialists

Blog Posts and Articles

Laser Tattoo Removal Facts

Laser Tattoo Removal Can a laser really remove a tattoo completely? Absolutely! By breaking up the tattoo pigment into tiny particles, the body is able to absorb the ink with no scarring. FAQs: 1. Is it painful? In our office, the treated area is numbed prior to treatment. We use lidocaine with epinephrine. We may also use a prescription cream called Emla that you will place on your skin prior to your treatment. ...

What is the difference between T.E.D. hose and Compression Stockings?

Difference Between Compression Stockings and T.E.D. Hose One of the most common methods of maintenance for venous disease is to wear compression stockings. However, many people mistake true medical compression stockings for thrombo-embolic deterrent (T.E.D.) hose. There are three major differences between the two: the level of compression, reason for wearing them, and physical appearance. Medical Compression Stockings 1. Level of compression: >15 mmHg2. Purpose: Prevent...

What is a DVT and are you at risk?

A deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is when a clot (thrombus) forms in a deep vein (usually the legs). A DVT can occur at times when you may break a bone, have a major surgery (orthopedic, vascular, etc.) or if you are pregnant. There are other risk factors for developing a DVT and can include paralysis, confinement to a bed, birth control use, cancer and more. Usually a DVT occurs in the legs. DVTs can also form in the arms. Once a DVT forms in the veins, it damages the veins and can...

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Is there much difference between the Picoway and Enlighten laser for tattoo removal?

Both of these lasers are effective in removing tattoos. However, the Enlighten has an additional nanosecond technology that allows  better tattoo ... READ MORE

Can ugly veins be hidden somewhat with some type of treatment? I've researched and can't find a concrete answer. (photos)

When veins become bulging, such as yours, those are called varicose veins. When they become Too large, laser treatments are often times not as... READ MORE

Can this tattoo be removed? (Photo)

 A tattoo can be removed as soon as the skin is healed, which it appears in your photograph that it has. It is possible to remove this tattoo. I ... READ MORE

What is the best treatment for varicose veins with sclerotherapy for systemic lupus erythematosus patients?

I have treated several patients on immunosuppressants with sclerotherapy and surface laser for spider veins. In my experience, I would recommend a t... READ MORE

Varicose vein removal - is removing all veins near the surface the recommended procedure?

It sounds like they are suggesting to remove all the superficial veins (not deep veins) of the legs even if they are working properly. I would... READ MORE

Can varicose vein be treated with medication or with therapy? (photo)

Congratulations on your weight loss! You varicose veins are pretty impressive! I have seen many patients magically find varicose veins after weight lo... READ MORE

EVLT and stab phlebectomy on left leg?

It sounds like you had an ultrasound that showed you have a vein, called the Great Saphenous Vein (GSV), that is not working properly. That means ... READ MORE

Continue using Alexandrite laser or start nd:YAG for Skin Type IV/V Indian? Which is most effective? (Photo)

Wow, 15 treatments is quite many. In your skin type, Nd:Yag is typically better to start with and then switch to Alexandrite for finer hair (only in... READ MORE

Laser hair removal with GentleMax caused increased and darker hair growth on my sideburns and now down to my jaw line. (photo)

This is called paradoxical hair growth. It is most often seen on the face when doing laser hair removal. The areas that are not to be treated should... READ MORE

What type of spider vein treatment do I need? (Photos)

These appear to be larger spider veins that may indicate an underlying venous problem called venous insufficiency. With what your legs look like right... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Aggarwal

Manu B. Aggarwal, MD has shared 14 before and after pictures with 12 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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Videos by Manu B. Aggarwal, MD

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How the Doctor Removes Bulging Veins

Ambulatory phlebotomy is the removal of bulging veins through very small incisions using a hook-like instrument. The vein is gently teased out and removed effectively and safely. This can be done alone or in combination with other treatments. WATCH VIDEO

See 36 Seconds of Color Tattoo Removal Using Cutera Enlighten

Watch this man's tattoo removal treatment using 532nm wavelength. Prior to later treatment the area is numbed with a local anesthetic, lidocaine with epi, for comfort throughout the procedure. WATCH VIDEO

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