The best vein treatment clinic in Clifton is near the garden state parkway
The Spider Vein and Varicose Vein Treatment Clinic is the best vein treatment clinic in Clifton. Our vein clinic is located at 1117 US-46 Suite 205, Clifton, right off NJ-3 and near the garden state parkway. It’s right past the Ford dealership on Route 46-E and features plenty of parking spaces. You can schedule an appointment online or call us at +1 973-447-1383.
The following is an overview of directions to the vein treatment clinic in Clifton:
- If you’re in Passaic, you can reach our vein treatment clinic by traveling down Passaic Ave and NJ-3 W.
- If you’re in Hawthorne, please drive down NJ-20 S and US-46 W or Garden State Pkwy.
- If you’re in Woodland Park, please drive down Lackawanna Ave and US-46 E.
- If you’re in West Milford, please drive down NJ-23 S, NJ-208 S, or I-287 S.
- If you’re in Roxbury Township, please drive down I-80 E in Mount Arlington.
- If you’re in Union, please drive down Garden State Pkwy and NJ-3 W to Conklin Dr.
- If you’re in Wayne, please drive down NJ-23 S and US-46 E.
- If you’re in Newark, please drive down NJ-21 N and NJ-3 W or Garden State Pkwy.
- If you’re in Ramsey, please drive down NJ-17 S and Garden State Pkwy to Grove St in Clifton.
- If you’re in Livingston, please drive down I-280 E and Garden State Pkwy, US-46 E, and County Route 609 and US-46 E.
Other similarly exceptional vein treatment clinics are located in Paramus and Woodland Park
The Spider Vein and Varicose Vein Treatment Clinic also has state-of-the-art vein clinics in other parts of New Jersey — Paramus and Woodland Park. If you’re closer to Paramus and Woodland Park, you can drive down to either of these state-of-the-art vein treatment clinics. Our Paramus vein treatment clinic is located at 140 NJ-17 #103, just off the garden state parkway. And our Woodland Park vein treatment clinic is located at 1167 McBride Ave Suite 2, close to the Garden State Plaza. Both vein treatment clinics feature plenty of parking spaces.
The vein treatment clinic in Clifton is led by Dr. Sareh Rajaee
The Spider Vein and Varicose Vein Treatment Clinic in Clifton is led by Dr. Sareh Rajaee, one of the country’s leading experts in venous medicine and minimally invasive vein treatments. Dr. Rajaee is board-certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine, an organization that formally recognizes the top 1% of vein doctors in the country. Furthermore, she’s incredibly compassionate and friendly, and she believes that all patients should have access to minimally invasive, safe, and comfortable treatments. She explains every step of your vein treatment process in advance so you know exactly what to expect.
Dr. Sareh Rajaee also has an exceptional educational background. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Rhode Island, where she majored in Biomedical Engineering and German. She completed her medical doctorate from the Alpert Medical School at Brown University, following which she completed a Master’s in Public Health at the Harvard School of Public Health. She also completed an integrated Vascular Surgery Residency at Yale New Haven Hospital, followed by advanced training in open and endovascular procedures for deep and superficial vein disease.
Dr. Rajaee is incredibly popular with her patients and receives unanimous 5-star ratings and reviews. One of her recent patients said, “I got my spider veins done by Dr. Rajaee, and I see a huge improvement. Her bedside manners are impeccable, which is very rare, and she made me really comfortable with my experience. I didn’t feel a thing since we chatted, and she eased my mind. I highly recommend this place, and especially Dr. Rajaee!”
The vein treatment clinic in Clifton only provides minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments
The Spider Vein and Varicose Vein Treatment Clinic, Clifton, only provides minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments. That’s because minimally invasive vein treatments are safer and more effective than their vascular surgery counterparts. Vascular surgeries are now considered mostly obsolete — they have a high risk of complications and involve hospitalization and downtime. Furthermore, minimally invasive vein treatments are also more effective than vascular surgeries.
Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation
The vein doctor makes a small incision on the skin’s surface and inserts a catheter into the diseased saphenous vein. The catheter releases radiofrequency waves and destroys the diseased vein, rerouting the accumulated blood into healthier leg veins.
Endovenous Laser Ablation
The vein doctor makes a small incision on the skin’s surface and inserts a laser fiber into the diseased saphenous vein. The laser fiber releases laser energy and destroys the diseased vein, rerouting the accumulated blood into healthier leg veins.
Mechanochemical Ablation (ClariVein)
The vein doctor makes a small incision on the skin’s surface and inserts a special catheter with a rotating tip. The catheter mechanically damages the diseased vein’s walls and seals it shut by releasing sclerosant medicine. This treatment is particularly effective at removing twisted veins.
VenaSeal Closure System
The vein expert injects a medical-grade adhesive into the diseased saphenous vein responsible for your vein problems. The vein glue seals the diseased vein’s walls, turning it into hardened tissue eventually absorbed by the body.
The vein doctor injects a medicine called sclerosant into the spider veins. The sclerosant medicine fuses the spider veins’ walls, turning them into hardened scar tissues that fade away from the skin’s surface after being absorbed by the body.
The vein specialist makes small incisions on the skin’s surface to physically extract large, bulging varicose veins. The incision marks eventually heal and fade away from the skin’s surface.