VenaSeal is an FDA-approved system used to permanently treat varicose veins close to the surface of the skin. A catheter is inserted through the skin, and a small amount of medical glue is injected into the affected vein. Once the vein is sealed, blood that was once backed up gets re-routed to other healthy veins in the leg. The treatment is indicated for varicose veins that produce mild to moderate symptoms such as pain, blood clots, or skin ulcers.
Reviews from the Community
Had the procedure done September 22nd/20216 and about 6 weeks ago developed a half of a golfball lump near the top of my leg and behind my knee(smaller lump) the top one went into a huge tit like looking thing and then erupted and looked like a gun shot wound for weeks...thankfully I was off... READ MORE
I had this procedure done and although not too painful, the glue can be a little creepy feeling. There was a big improvement in my leg, which had looked very bad. I just had a second follow up treatment (six needles) that was quick and not nearly as bad. The doctor thinks I will need one more... READ MORE
I am a 28 year old young man with a family history of vericose veins. I had quite lumpy vericose veins on the shin of my one leg. After having the ultrasound scan I was told that I have vein reflux problems on both legs in fact. I was then booked for the brand new Venaseal treatment, one of... READ MORE