VenaSeal is an extremely efficient procedure with minimal post-treatment side effects and negligible risk of complications. This is the only vein treatment wherein you don’t have to wear compression stockings or bandages after the procedure. Furthermore, since this treatment doesn’t involve thermal or laser energy, there’s no risk of harsh side effects or nerve injury.
What is VenaSeal?
If you have the signs and symptoms of venous insufficiency, we encourage you to consult our board-certified and fellowship-trained vein doctors in New Jersey. They will examine your leg veins and review your medical history to determine if you’re a viable candidate for VenaSeal, one of the safest and most effective treatments for varicose veins and vein disease.
How Does VenaSeal Work?
What are the Side Effects of VenaSeal?
VenaSeal is one of the safest vein treatments for chronic venous insufficiency, but, like all treatments, it involves the potential for risks. You can minimize the risks further by contacting one of our board-certified vein doctors in New Jersey.
The following are some of the potential side effects of VenaSeal:
- Common Side Effects: Mild irritation and temporary firmness on the legs because of the hardened veins
- Rare Side Effects: Allergic reactions, vascular perforation, or vascular rupture
What Happens After the VenaSeal Treatment?
While VenaSeal doesn’t involve any downtime, you should be prepared for mild firmness and irritation on your legs. That’s a common side effect caused by the hardening of your veins once they’re sealed shut. The firmness should dissipate once your vein is reabsorbed by the body.
Do I Need Other Treatments With VenaSeal?
Our patients absolutely love VenaSeal treatment, and the reason for that is pretty obvious. VenaSeal is a safe and comfortable procedure involving no harsh side effects, complications, downtime, or the need for compression stockings and ACE bandages. Furthermore, since it concludes within 30 minutes with no downtime, you can easily fit it into a busy schedule and then resume your daily activities.