VTC’s Location in the Hamptons
The Vein Treatment Clinic in the Hamptons is located at 225 W Montauk Highway Suite 3 in Hampton Bays. You can find the spider vein and varicose vein treatment clinic in partnership with MDCS Dermatology, a group of skin specialists. The vein treatment clinic is also close to numerous neighboring towns, including Montauk, Quogue, and Water Mill. You can book an appointment online or call +1 631-518-3830.
The Vein Treatment Clinic also has other offices in Long Island located in Lindenhurst and Jericho. The vein treatment clinic in Lindenhurst is on the border of Suffolk County and Nassau County, making it suitable for patients on the south shore of Long Island. And the vein treatment clinic in Jericho is right off the long island expressway at 350 Jericho Turnpike Suite 1A, suitable for patients on the north shore of Long Island.
As such, wherever you’re located in Long Island, you can find a state-of-the-art vein treatment clinic near your home or place of work.
VTC’s 5-Star Patient Testimonials
The Vein Treatment Clinic maintains a perfect track record, as evidenced by our unanimous 5-star ratings and reviews from patients. Our patients can leave honest and unbiased reviews on Google, Real Self, and Facebook. This facilitates accountability, ensuring our standards of vein care never dip or fall short. Our unanimously perfect patient testimonials show that we have excellent standards of vein care.
One of our patients recently wrote the following review:
“As a healthcare provider myself, I have been known to be a little critical of the care I get. Dr. Saraf and his team are incredible. They are professional, personable, and do an amazing job making the entire process as stress-free and comfortable as possible. For the first time, for as long as I can remember, my legs are pain-free! I will be referring my family, friends, and even my own patients to VIP Medical.”
VTC’s Experienced Vein Doctor
The Vein Treatment Clinic in Hampton Bays is led by an exceptionally talented and experienced vein doctor — Dr. Thomas Arnold. He emphasizes a functional approach to spider vein and varicose vein treatments, offering minimally invasive solutions to the root cause of your vein problems. He always diagnoses and treats the root cause of spider veins and varicose veins, thus ensuring optimal, long-lasting results with a negligible risk of recurrence.
Dr. Arnold also has an exceptional educational and training background. He graduated from the prestigious University of Pennsylvania, following which he joined the faculty at the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1993. He has worked in numerous hospitals in northern and eastern Long Island, having treated thousands of patients. Dr. Arnold specializes in the latest minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments and ultrasound diagnostic tests. He is also incredibly friendly and charismatic.
VTC’s Minimally Invasive Vein Treatments
The Vein Treatment Clinic only provides minimally invasive vein treatments. Until recently, the only way to treat spider veins and varicose veins were through complex surgical procedures, such as vein ligation, vein stripping, and venous bypass surgery. Vascular surgeries are complex, have a high risk of complications, and involve hospitalization and downtime. Thanks to advanced technologies, however, vein problems can now be addressed with minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments.
Minimally invasive vein treatments are better than vascular surgeries in every facet of vein care. Minimally invasive vein treatments are painless and comfortable, involving nothing more serious than an injection or a small incision under local anesthesia. You don’t need general anesthesia, so you avoid the risks associated with anesthesia. Minimally invasive vein treatments also conclude within an hour with no downtime, hospitalization, or harsh side effects. Furthermore, they have a nearly perfect success rate.
While minimally invasive vein treatments are considered the gold standard in vein care, many vein centers still rely on outdated vascular surgeries. Our vein treatment clinic only provides minimally invasive treatments, such as radiofrequency ablation, endovenous laser ablation, mechanochemical ablation (clarivein), venaseal, sclerotherapy, and ambulatory phlebectomy. Furthermore, our minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments allow you to resume your daily activities and work immediately with no downtime.
VTC’s Comprehensive Vein Treatments
Providing minimally invasive vein treatments isn’t enough. Plenty of vein treatment clinics provide sclerotherapy — one of the best minimally invasive spider vein treatments — for spider veins but still have high rates of recurrence. That’s because most vein problems are caused by underlying chronic venous insufficiency, but most medical centers and medical spas don’t diagnose the underlying problem. Treating spider veins without treating underlying vein disease is like painting over a stained wall instead of fixing the leaky pipes underneath — a wasted effort.
The Vein Treatment Clinic always examines your leg veins and runs vascular imaging tests to visualize the blood flow in your leg veins. This allows our vein doctors to determine if you have chronic venous insufficiency and curate the appropriate vein treatment plan. After determining the root cause of your vein problems, our vein doctors recommend the ideal vein treatments for your specific goals and requirements. This ensures optimal results with a negligible risk of recurrence.
VTC’s Free Insurance Verification
The Vein Treatment Clinic believes minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments should be accessible to everyone. To that end, we provide free insurance verification for all patients before their first appointments. When you book an appointment, you can request free insurance verification from our insurance concierge. They’ll handle all your insurance details, contact your provider, and work out the terms and conditions. As such, you’ll receive a complete overview of your vein treatment costs — with and without insurance coverage — before your procedure.