Bella MD offers various types of vein therapy treatments for different types of vein sizes and problems. Whether you have large bulging veins, medium sized-veins, spider veins or small leg spider veins, Bella MD can offer you the right treatment to easily and safely take care of those conditions. Through our vein therapy treatments, your vein problems will receive the care and attention you deserve so you can go about your day without having to worry about timely procedures.
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About David Engleman, MD, FACC
Dr. Engleman is a leading phlebologist (vein doctor) in the Dallas, Texas area. His experience goes beyond that of many vein specialists, with multiple board certifications in cardiology and vascular specialties.
Dr. Engleman graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Akron in just two years. He then graduated with Alpha Omega Alpha Honors from the Northeast Ohio University College of Medicine. In 1993, he completed his Internal Medicine training and Board Certification, and then went on to specialize in Cardiology. Dr. Engleman subsequently completed training for Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology in 1996 at the prestigious Texas Heart Institute in Houston, Texas, also serving as the Chief Interventional Fellow. He currently holds Board Certifications in Cardiology, Vascular Intervention, Nuclear Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, and Electrocardiography.
Dr. David Engleman stays on the forefront of new developments and research in Interventional Cardiology and Vascular Intervention, constantly expanding his skills and expertise and staying apprised of new vein treatment technologies, while at the same time ensuring patient safety and efficacy. In 2004, David founded Bella MD Laser Vein & Aesthetic Center and has extensive experience using medical lasers for vein therapy and varicose vein removal
Varicose Vein & Spider Vein Removal
At Bella MD, we use state-of-the-art outpatient procedures to eliminate varicose veins and their accompanying health risks. Varicose veins are usually caused by a faulty valve in the vein. This allows the blood to flow back from the deeper higher-pressure veins into the lower-pressure surface veins, making them dilate and become visible. Our first step with every patient is to check the valves in your leg with an ultrasound to determine if you have this condition. Dr. Engleman will personally meet and consult with you on the best treatment plan for your needs.