How much does VenaSeal cost?

VenaSeal is a treatment for varicose veins that utilizes a medical adhesive to seal the affected vein. The treatment is minimally invasive and performed in a vein doctor’s office. The cost of VenaSeal depends on the severity of the varicose veins and the number of veins being treated. The cost of a VenaSeal treatment may cost several thousand per vein. Some patients may require treatment for multiple veins, which may further increase the cost. You must discuss the cost of VenaSeal treatment with your vein doctor before proceeding with the procedure.

Long Island Vein Treatment is a group of state-of-the-art medical centers for vein treatment that believes in increasing access to vein treatments. We believe you should have complete clarity about your financial obligation before committing to a procedure. Our team reviews your insurance details before your appointment, determines your eligibility for insurance coverage, and helps you select the most appropriate treatments for maximum coverage. Furthermore, you receive a complete overview of your treatment cost before the procedure — no hidden costs.

Our medical centers for vein treatment in Long Island are located in West Islip (500 Montauk Highway, Suite G, West Islip), Jericho (350 Jericho Turnpike Suite 1A), Hampton Bays (225 W Montauk Highway Suite 3), and Port Jefferson (70 North Country Road, Suite 201). Please schedule an appointment at your nearest medical center for vein treatment in Long Island.

Can I get insurance coverage for the VenaSeal treatment for varicose veins?

In most cases, insurance coverage for VenaSeal is limited. Many insurance companies consider the treatment elective or cosmetic and do not cover the cost. Some insurance companies may cover the treatment if the varicose veins are causing symptoms such as leg pain, leg swelling, and skin irritation or if you’re diagnosed with underlying venous insufficiency. Furthermore, VenaSeal is an extremely new procedure that only received FDA approval in 2015, so insurance coverage is still limited. However, our medical centers for vein treatment offer free insurance verification to help you access optimal coverage.

Why is VenaSeal not covered by insurance?

VenaSeal is not covered by insurance in most cases because it’s an extremely new procedure, having received FDA approval in 2015. Generally speaking, varicose vein treatments are covered by most insurance plans if you’re diagnosed with chronic venous insufficiency, a dangerous medical condition caused by the collapse of vein valves. However, VenaSeal has limited coverage even if you have underlying vein disease because it’s relatively new.

Does Tricare cover spider vein treatment?

Tricare is a health insurance program for active duty and retired military personnel and their families. Tricare may cover spider vein treatments in some cases, especially if you also have underlying chronic venous insufficiency, the medical condition responsible for most vein problems, including spider veins. However, spider veins aren’t inherently dangerous, so spider vein treatments are often viewed as elective and cosmetic and thus not covered by most insurances. Our insurance concierge will provide free insurance verification, review the terms and conditions of your insurance plan, and help you determine if you’re eligible for coverage.

How can I get an affordable varicose vein treatment?

If you are seeking treatment for varicose veins and are concerned about the cost, there are several options to help make the treatment more affordable. Some options include:

  • Asking your vein doctor about payment plans or financing options
  • Requesting free insurance verification from your vein doctor’s office
  • Undergoing thorough diagnosis to identify the root cause of varicose veins and spider veins and thus improve your candidacy for insurance coverage
  • Considering alternative treatment options, such as endovenous laser ablation and radiofrequency ablation, which might be more affordable and have greater coverage

What is the spider vein removal cost?

The cost of spider vein removal depends on the number and size of the veins being treated and the treatment used. On average, the cost of spider vein removal ranges from a few hundred to thousands per session. Some patients may require multiple sessions to achieve the desired results, in which case the cost could be higher. Our medical center for vein treatment offers a thorough overview of your treatment cost, without hidden charges, before your sclerotherapy session, so you have complete clarity.

What are the benefits of the VenaSeal procedure?

The VenaSeal procedure is a minimally invasive treatment for varicose veins that uses a medical adhesive to seal the affected vein. There are several benefits to VenaSeal, including:

  • Minimal pain and discomfort: The VenaSeal procedure is performed in a vein doctor’s office and does not require anesthesia. Many patients report minimal pain and discomfort.
  • Quick recovery: The VenaSeal procedure has a relatively quick recovery time compared to other treatments for varicose veins. Most patients return to normal activities immediately.
  • No scarring: The VenaSeal procedure does not involve incisions or cuts, which means there is no risk of scarring.

How long does it take for VenaSeal to work?

The VenaSeal procedure is typically effective at sealing the affected vein within a few days of the procedure. However, it may take several weeks for the vein to fully disappear and for the symptoms, such as pain, swelling, and irritation, to resolve.

How successful is VenaSeal?

The VenaSeal procedure has a high success rate for sealing the affected vein and improving the symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency. VenaSeal has a 99% success rate.

What should you not do after VenaSeal?

After the VenaSeal procedure, please avoid strenuous activities, such as heavy lifting, for the first few days. You should also avoid hot baths or showers and expose the treated area to direct sunlight. It is important to follow the instructions provided by your vein doctor to ensure a successful outcome.