The Advanced Vein Center is one of the very few medical offices in the country specializing in LES-Vein© (Laser Endovenous Saphenous Vein) Procedure. We do all therapy in our office on an outpatient basis with the patient awake and able to resume normal activity immediately. LES-Vein© is a revolutionary treatment that almost eliminates the need for older surgical treatments for varicose veins and has a 97% success rate. Our advanced techniques enable patients to achieve the best medical and cosmetic outcome.
The LES-Vein© Procedure works!
When the valves are damaged, the large saphenous vein in the leg leaks venous blood under high pressure back into the small vein system causing varicose and spider veins to appear near the surface of the skin. By controlling the leaking of the high pressure blood through the valves of the saphenous vein, we can achieve a very high degree of success clearing unwanted veins from the face, hands, and lower extremities.
We simply insert a small needle into a vein around the knee and then pass a tiny laser into the large leaky saphenous vein. Using the laser, we close the vein and then, through a procedure called a Microphlebectomy, simply and quickly remove any enlarged varicose veins using a tiny vein hook. Any discomfort is controlled locally and there is no need for general anesthesia.
Once we have the controlled large back pressure of venous blood through the LES-Vein© procedure, we can then treat the small spider veins with much greater success than ever before.
The Advanced Vein Center recently implemented the Dornier Laser. The Dornier diode laser Medialis D can be applied in many surgical fields: in ear, nose and throat surgery, endoscopy, urology, pediatric surgery, and orthopedics. Ansgar Brossardt and Arno Körner's team of designers at ID Design in Munich designed the device for the manufacturer Dornier.
The laser enables one to perform precise tissue surgery or percutaneous (i.e. through the skin) treatment of slipped discs and varicose veins. It can be held in a handy diagonal position. The handle can be pulled out like a telescope - similar to a shopping trolley - so that the device can be transported over longer distances inside the clinic. Dornier's straightforward control surface with integrated LCD screen contains multifunction buttons which are easy to use. The device was recently awarded for its exemplary design by the Stuttgart Design Centre.