Are your veins strained or have difficulty promoting blood flow? This might be the first sign of a serious condition with your veins. At Lumiere Cosmetic Vein Center, it is important that you are provided with the latest technology to improve your health and wellbeing!

What is VenaSeal?

VenaSeal is a procedure that closes painful varicose veins, in the event of a symptomatic venous reflux disease. This condition causes the inability for valves in the vein to distribute blood throughout the body. VenaSeal is a thermal chemical adhesive used to close the vein, the newest and an efficient treatment model.

Benefits of

VenaSeal

VenaSeal is a medical adhesive substance that is directly injected into the varicose vein itself.

  • Minimal discomfort

  • Persistent cramping

  • Burning sensation

  • Body ache (esp. in the legs)

Have Questions?

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How it Works

The system works by adding the VenaSeal adhesive into a syringe. The syringe is connected to a catheter in which it guides the specialists to the exact location of the affected vein. The adhesive is administered in a few, short doses to close the vein.

Do You Need VenaSeal Near You?

We value the importance of securing healthy veins so you can live a fuller life. Contact us today to learn more!

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