Varicose Vein Surgery in Gilbert, AZ

Center for Venous Disease - Gilbert
William Fulton, MD
2557 South Val Vista Drive
Suite 101
Gilbert, Arizona 85295
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Toll Free: 480-630-2534

Varicose Vein Surgery near Gilbert, AZ (Arizona)

Bellagio Vein Clinic
333 N. Dobson Rd
Suite 5
Chandler, Arizona 85224
Distance: 4.93 Miles
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Toll Free: 480-630-3533

Morrison Vein Institute
4515 South McClintock
Suite 101
Tempe, Arizona 85282
Distance: 7.49 Miles
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Toll Free: 866-645-6936

7331 E Osborn Drive
Suite 220
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Distance: 11.77 Miles
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Toll Free: 480-269-1914

Arizona Vein Specialists
3805 E. Bell Rd. Ste. 1600
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
Distance: 21.59 Miles
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Toll Free: 480-269-1912

Morrison Vein Institute
8575 East Princess Drive
Suite 223
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255
Distance: 22.32 Miles
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Toll Free: 866-745-1603

Center for Venous Disease - Glendale
6320 West Union Hills, Bldg. A
Suite 140
Glendale, Arizona 85308
Distance: 29.31 Miles
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Toll Free: 866-786-0154

Palm Vein Center
16944 W Bell Rd
Suite# 603
Surprise, Arizona 85374
Distance: 36.79 Miles
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Toll Free: 623-688-5057

Veincare of Arizona
13629 West Camino Del Sol
Suite 180
Sun City West, Arizona 85375
Distance: 37.72 Miles
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Toll Free: 866-712-9805

About Varicose Vein Surgery

Large, bulging veins close to the skin's surface are often found in the lower legs and feet and are called varicose.  Because we walk, stand and run on our feet, veins in our lower legs and feet receive quite a bit of blood pressure.
Varicose veins can be more than a cosmetic concern since they impede blood flow and hinder the return of oxygen-depleted blood from the lower legs and back to the heart and lungs. The usual cause for this is damaged valves within the veins that allow backward blood flow and pooling of blood resulting in enlarged veins. Untreated veins can lead to serious medical conditions with associated pain, inflammation and discoloration.

Ambulatory phlebectomy—small incisions or needle punctures are used to extract the problematic veins with a phlebectomy hook. A hook is inserted into a micro-incision in the leg.  A section of the vein is hooked and then removed through the incision.  With this procedure, a compression bandage is worn for two weeks.  This minimizes swelling and discomfort and allows for proper healing.

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