Before & After Patient Treatment Photos

The Vein Institute can treat varicose veins with new laser treatments. Remove varicose veins with no hospital stay, scarring, or time off work.

Below are case studies examples showing before & after patient photos using the varicose treatment options available at our clinic.

Every case is different and patients should discuss their personal circumstance of varicose veins with a doctor.

Venous ulcers are a serious condition and if left untreated can lead to worsening symptoms in the lower legs. In the image below is an example of before & after Ulcer treatment which is treated with either ultrasound guided sclerotherapy or radiofrequency ablation

Radio-frequency Ablation

Patient

43-year-old female.

Symptoms

Varicose veins in left leg, significant aching.

Treatment Method

Patient attended counselling, vascular scan and radio-frequency ablation.

Close-up of a woman's legs before and after Radio Frequency Ablation varicose vein treatment at The Vein Institute.

Endovenous Laser Ablation

Patient

44-year-old male.

The Problem

Large varicose veins in right leg.

Treatment Method

Counselling, vascular scan, endovenous laser ablation and 3 foam sclerotherapy sessions.

Close-up of a man's legs before and after Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) varicose vein treatment at The Vein Institute.

Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy

Patient

36-year-old female.

The Problem

Varicose veins in left leg.

Treatment Method

Counselling, vascular scan, two sessions of ultrasound guided sclerotherapy.

Close-up of legs before and after Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy varicose vein treatment at The Vein Institute.

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