Revolutionary Vein Care

Utilizing state-of-the-art radiofrequency and laser technologies, our highly skilled specialists perform minimally invasive vein ablation procedures that have transformed the treatment landscape for venous insufficiency, ensuring safe and efficient solutions for our patients.

What Is Vein Ablation? 

Vein ablation is a transformative medical procedure designed to address varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency. By employing heat energy or laser energy, abnormal veins are effectively closed off or sealed. This redirection of blood flow to healthier veins promotes improved overall vein health and offers relief from common symptoms like pain, swelling, and discomfort. At Vein Specialist Centers, our experienced specialists are dedicated to performing minimally invasive vein ablation procedures, ensuring safe and efficient solutions tailored to each patient's unique needs. Experience the difference in our expert care and discover the path to enhanced vein health and well-being.

Treatment Options

Radiofrequency Ablation

Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a cutting-edge vein treatment technique that utilizes the thermal energy generated by radiofrequency waves. By delivering this energy through a specialized catheter, RFA effectively closes targeted veins, improving blood flow and promoting healthier veins.

Laser Vein Ablation

Employing the latest technology, endovenous laser vein ablation (EVLA) is a state-of-the-art procedure for managing varicose veins and venous insufficiency. Laser energy is used to heat and close the affected vein, restoring proper blood flow. This minimally invasive treatment ensures accurate results, minimal discomfort, and a speedy recovery period.

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Our NJ Vein Center Conveniently Located in Paramus, New Jersey

Consider Paramus for your vein health needs. Situated in Bergen County, it boasts a population of nearly 27,000 and is renowned for its diverse community and top-quality healthcare services. The Vein Specialist Centers, led by Dr. Ankur Aggarwal, a board-certified vascular surgeon, offers specialized treatment for spider and varicose veins, with the convenience of the New Valley Hospital opening nearby. Patients in Paramus and neighboring areas recognize Dr. Aggarwal as the sole vascular surgeon providing specialty care for vein conditions in the region.

Directions to The Vein Specialist Centers in Paramus Near You

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To get to our vein clinic near Ridgewood,

Via E Ridgewood Avenue

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To get to our vein clinic near Oradell NJ,

Via Oradell Ave towards Paramus

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To get to our vein clinic near Fair Lawn,

Via NJ-208 S and NJ-17 N or take Fair Lawn Ave towards Midland Avenue

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To get to our vein clinic near River Edge,

Via Elm Ave and Midland Ave

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To get to our vein clinic near Emerson,

Via Forest Avenue

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To get to our vein clinic near Glen Rock,

Via Grove St and Midland Avenue

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RFA or EVLA: Exploring Your Options

The decision between radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and laser vein ablation depends on several considerations, including the size and location of the affected veins, patient preferences, and the expertise of the vein specialist. Both techniques have demonstrated high efficacy and safety in treating venous insufficiency, offering enduring results with minimal discomfort and recovery time. Our skilled vein specialist will thoroughly assess your specific condition, taking into account factors like vein characteristics and the severity of your symptoms, to recommend the optimal treatment option that aligns with your individual needs.

Is Vein Ablation Painful?

Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) are well-tolerated procedures that typically cause minimal patient discomfort. Local anesthesia is used to numb the treatment area, ensuring a comfortable experience throughout the procedure.

During RFA, patients may feel a warming sensation or mild discomfort as thermal energy is delivered to the targeted vein. Some individuals may also experience a slight pulling or tugging sensation as the catheter is guided within the vein. However, any discomfort is generally manageable and temporary.

Likewise, during EVLA, patients may experience a warm or tingling sensation as laser energy is applied to the vein. Some individuals may also feel mild discomfort or pressure during the treatment. However, similar to RFA, any discomfort encountered during the procedure is usually well-tolerated and short-lived.

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Plan Your Visit

Vein Clinic in Paramus
2 Sears Drive, Suite 101
Paramus, NJ 07652

Call us: (609) 257-2095

Mon: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tue: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wed: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thu: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Fri: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

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Why Choose Vein Specialist Centers in Paramus?

Paramus is home to numerous vein clinics, but none match our level of experience and dedication to patient satisfaction. Our vein clinics were honored by Best of NJ in 2023, a remarkable achievement given the abundance of clinics in Bergen County. Led by Dr. Claudia Rios-Datta, a board-certified vein doctor renowned for her expertise in varicose vein treatments, and Stephanie Seara, PA, specializing in precise sclerotherapy for spider veins, our Paramus vein center offers exceptional care. Additionally, our Paramus location houses Aesthetica Med Spa, providing a comprehensive range of services for our patients' well-being.

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