Vein Treatment

Our board certified specialists have successfully performed over 35,000 combined Endovenous Laser Ablations to treat varicose veins. The Vein Place offers the latest vein care technology in equipment, staff support, and technique to ensure the safest and most optimal outcome for your varicose vein treatment. We truly offer world class vein care in Santa Ana, CA

Our Treatment Options

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The Venefit™ procedure is a safe, effective and minimally-invasive treatment option that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to effectively treat patients suffering from varicose veins or chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). Our vein specialist uses our advanced technology to provide consistent and uniform heat to contract the collagen in the vein walls, causing them to shrink and seal the troublesome veins. Once the diseased vein is closed, blood will re-route itself to other healthy veins.

Includes injection sclerotherapy and/or thermolysis. Sclerotherapy uses a special light to isolate the vein and a small amout of medication (sclerosant) is injected inside the vein. The medication “closes” the vein and stops the flow of blood. 

Thermolysis using VeinGogh is a breakthrough treatment technology for spider veins where sclerotherapy may not be an option. An extremely tiny needle focuses energy directly onto the vein, and closes it immediately.

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Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) and VenaSeal™ are both non-surgical and minimally invasive varicose vein treatments that offer an effective alternative to the surgical stripping of veins. These procedures are performed in the office under local anesthetic using our unique numbing system. EVLA and VenaSeal™ are some of the safest, most effective long-term solutions available for varicose vein treatments.

Graphic of varicose veins

Also known as Echosclerotherapy is a method of treating varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency uses medication that is injected into a vein, causing it to close. Healthy veins then take over to correct blood flow back to the heart, resulting in symptom improvement.

Graphic of varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency

Do you have an open sore on your leg that just won’t go away? It might be a venous ulcer, also known as a venous stasis ulcer. Venous ulcers are a sign of underlying vein disease or venous insufficiency. This potentially dangerous health condition can cause a range of painful and uncomfortable symptoms, primarily in your legs.

What Is a Venous Stasis Ulcer?

Wounds on the lower leg are often caused by problems with veins or arteries, or sometimes a combination of both. The further away from the heart, the longer wounds may take to heal, particularly in people over 50 years of age. At The Vein Place OC, we provide a free consultation to see what help you may need regarding leg ulcers. They can sometimes lead to more serious problems if you don’t have them treated. We use minimally invasive procedures to safely and effectively treat leg ulcers

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