Revolutionizing Vein Health

Our highly skilled specialists employ state-of-the-art radiofrequency and laser technologies for vein ablation in Randolph, NJ. These minimally invasive procedures have revolutionized the treatment of venous insufficiency, providing patients with safe and efficient solutions.

What Is Vein Ablation? 

Vein ablation is a medical procedure designed to close or seal abnormal veins using heat or laser energy. At Vein Specialist Centers, we provide two types of vein ablation utilizing cutting-edge laser or radiofrequency technologies. This treatment is primarily employed to address conditions like varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency, offering symptom relief and enhancing overall vein health.

Treatment Options

Radiofrequency Ablation

Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a vein treatment technique that uses thermal energy generated by radiofrequency waves. This energy is delivered through a catheter to heat and close the targeted vein, redirecting blood flow to healthier veins. Radiofrequency ablation is highly effective and minimally invasive, offering a shorter recovery time and minimal scarring.

Laser Vein Ablation

Endovenous laser vein ablation (EVLA) is another advanced technique used to treat varicose veins and venous insufficiency. It involves the application of laser energy to the affected vein, causing it to heat up and eventually collapse. This minimally invasive procedure provides precise treatment with reduced pain and minimal downtime, allowing patients to quickly return to their daily activities.

Our NJ Vein Center Conveniently Located in Randolph, NJ

Our vein clinic in Randolph is at 540 NJ-10 near the campus for the County College of Morris and easily accessible to many nearby towns including Parsippany-Troy Hills, Morris Plains, Morristown, Morris Township, Rockaway Township, and Dover NJ. 

Directions to The Vein Specialist Centers in Randolph Near You

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To get to our vein clinic near Parsippany-Troy-Hills New Jersey,

Coming from near Lake Parsippany, Use I-287 S to NJ-10 W to arrive at our location

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To get to our vein clinic near Morris Plains New Jersey,

By Central Park of Morris County, take Old Dover Rd to Meadow Bluff Rd towards NJ-10 W

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To get to our vein clinic near Morristown New Jersey,

Nearby the Morristown National Historical Park, take Morris Ave to get to I-287 N and exit at NJ-10 W

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To get to our vein clinic near Dover New Jersey,

Around Saint Clare’s Dover Hospital, take Blackwell St to Randolph Ave/Prospect St/Center Grove Rd towards NJ-10 W.

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To get to our vein clinic near Rockaway Township New Jersey

Via Green Pond Rd and W Main St to Rockaway Rd then Franklin Rd heading towards NJ-10

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To get to our vein clinic near Mt. Olive  New Jersey,

From the Public Library in Mt. Olive, take Flanders-Drakestown Rd to Eyland Ave for NJ-10 E

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To get to our vein clinic near Mendham Township New Jersey,

Use Rt 24 to Woodland Rd and Millbrook Ave leading to Center Grove Rd in Randolph

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To get to our vein clinic near Chester Township New Jersey,

Take North Rd all the way to Rt 10 for our office in Randolph

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Choosing Between RFA and EVLA

The selection between radiofrequency ablation and laser vein ablation hinges on several factors, such as the size and location of the affected veins, patient preferences, and the expertise of the vein specialist. Both procedures have demonstrated high effectiveness and safety in treating venous insufficiency, delivering enduring results with minimal discomfort and recovery time. Our experienced vein specialist will assess your individual condition and suggest the most suitable vein treatment for you, taking into account factors like vein size, location, and severity.

Is Vein Ablation Painful?

Both radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) are generally well-tolerated procedures known for causing minimal discomfort in most patients. To mitigate any potential pain or discomfort during the procedure, local anesthesia is typically administered to numb the treatment area.

During RFA, patients may feel a warming sensation or mild discomfort as thermal energy is delivered to the vein. Some patients might also experience a pulling or tugging sensation as the catheter is maneuvered within the vein. Nonetheless, any discomfort is usually manageable and short-lived.

Similarly, during EVLA, patients might sense warmth or tingling as laser energy is applied to the vein. Some individuals may also feel mild discomfort or pressure during the treatment process. However, akin to RFA, any discomfort experienced during EVLA is typically well-tolerated and transient.

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Vein Clinic in Randolph
540 NJ-10
Randolph, NJ 07869

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 Randolph, NJ?

Led by Stephanie Seara, PA, our highly skilled vein specialist, our state-of-the-art Randolph vein clinic offers precise diagnoses and tailored treatments using advanced techniques like sclerotherapy and vein ablation. We understand the impact that spider and varicose veins can have on your well-being, and our dedicated team is committed to helping you regain your confidence and improve your quality of life. With our renowned physicians, recognized for their expertise in handling complex cases, you can trust that you're in the most capable hands. Embark on your journey to healthier veins with us and experience optimal results that go beyond your expectations.

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