As the warm weather hits the Tri-State area, many residents are already thinking about summer plans on the beaches of Long Island, or spending time on the links in Westchester. However, these plans also involve a significant wardrobe change from the bundled layers of winter, and this can result in an immediate realization that how to get rid of varicose veins should also be on the to-do list for summer planning.
At Sutton Place Laser Vein Care, we often see an influx of clients throughout the spring for this very reason. We also find that it can be very important to help clients understand their options about how to get rid of varicose veins, as this allows for a better ability to see how these techniques can fit into regular lifestyles and schedules.
From Basic To Complex
The biggest concern that we hear from a lot of people is how long recovery may take, and what types of restrictions may be placed on activities. While this can vary somewhat, based on the procedure and on the client’s medical history, it is also important to note that even ambulatory phlebectomy, which is minimally invasive but does involve removing part of the diseased vein, is an out-patient procedure. This means that the actual process can be completed in a few hours, and recovery can be as short as a few days.
Along with vein stripping, laser ablation and injections are further alternatives that involve minimal recovery time and can also require less follow up. As a result, clients are able to show off their skin shortly after procedure has been done. This also means that taking the steps of how to get rid of varicose veins and spider veins can easily fit into any lifestyle routine.
We encourage interested clients to contact Sutton Place Laser Vein Care and set up a consultation. This can speed the process of finally discovering how to get rid of varicose veins, and can also mean that summer fun is not ruined by unsightly blemishes on the body.