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More than 70% of Americans suffer from varicose veins or another type of vein disease. If you’re tired of the cosmetic and physical difficulties associated with varicose veins, you can trust top-rated interventional radiologist Dev Batra, MD, at Texas Vascular Institute for personalized treatment, comfortable procedures, and excellent vein disease education. Reach out to the offices in Hurst and Dallas, Texas, by phone or through the online scheduler today.

What are varicose veins?

Varicose veins are large, ropy veins that twist through your legs. Varicose veins are usually quite prominent on the surface of your legs. In addition to their unattractive appearance, varicose veins can cause some very uncomfortable and difficult symptoms.

If you don’t get treatment for varicose veins, they can grow much worse, potentially extending to the deep veins that act as a main pathway to relay blood back to your heart. This leads to blood pooling in all of your leg veins, potentially causing:

  • Leg pain
  • Leg swelling
  • Itchy skin
  • Discolored skin (skin pigmentation changes like darkening)
  • Achy legs
  • Leg cramps
  • Leg ulcers

If you have varicose veins, you’re up to 430% more likely to develop deep vein thrombosis, a potentially life-threatening condition in which you develop a blood clot in one of your deep veins.

Although deep vein thrombosis is a rare condition, it’s important to speak with your Texas Vascular Institute specialist to understand your personal risk level and how you can take steps to prevent it.

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What is the best way to eliminate varicose veins?

Texas Vascular Institute is a full-service vein treatment facility that offers state-of-the-art varicose vein treatments. Every treatment is customized for your needs and comfort, so your provider helps you decide which approach works best for you.

Although conservative management approaches such as exercise, weight loss, and compression hosiery can help reduce certain varicose vein symptoms, these measures don’t actually treat the veins themselves. To effectively treat varicose veins, your provider typically uses minimally invasive procedures including:

  • VenaSeal™
  • Endovenous radiofrequency ablation
  • Ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy
  • Microphlebectomy

All of these treatment approaches are faster, easier, and considerably less painful than surgical techniques. Surgical procedures like vein ligation and vein stripping require many incisions and a long recovery period.

Book your appointment at Texas Vascular Institute online or call the office for varicose vein help now.

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Texas Vascular Institute | Dallas, TX

3500 Oak Lawn Ave, #760
Dallas, TX 75219


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General Inquiries: 972-646-8346

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Texas Vascular Institute | Hurst, TX

809 West Harwood Rd, Suite 101,
Hurst, TX 76054


For Appointments: 972-798-4710
General Inquiries: 972-646-8346

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