#1. Expect highly accessible vein clinics located close to your home or place of work on the South Shore, North Shore, or the Hamptons.
The Vein Treatment Clinic, LI, has extremely accessible locations on all corners of the island, so you don’t have to worry about driving across Long Island for your session. Wherever you’re located, you’ll find a vein clinic within 30 minutes from your home or place of work on the South Shore, North Shore, or the Hamptons. Furthermore, our vein clinics in Long Island have plenty of parking spaces.
You can find our state-of-the-art spider vein and varicose vein clinics in the following locations:
- Vein Clinic on the South Shore:481 W Montauk Highway, Lindenhurst (landmarks: Suffolk County and Nassau County)
- Vein Clinic on the North Shore:350 Jericho Turnpike Suite 1A, Jericho (landmarks: long island expressway and the northern state parkway)
- Vein Clinic in the Hamptons:225 W Montauk Highway Suite 3, Hampton Bays (landmarks: MDCS Dermatology)
#2. Expect your very own insurance concierge who handles all insurance details on your behalf.
When you schedule an appointment at the spider vein and varicose vein treatment clinics in LI, you can expect your very own insurance concierge. Please provide your insurance details to your insurance concierge — they’ll provide free insurance verification and communicate with your providers to optimize your insurance coverage. Furthermore, early insurance verification allows us to provide a comprehensive cost breakdown before your treatment.
#3. Expect a comprehensive evaluation and discussion with the vein specialist during your initial consultation.
When you appear for your initial consultation, you can expect a comprehensive, relaxed, and extended evaluation and discussion. The vein specialist will listen to your concerns, discuss your symptoms, and review your medical history to understand your unique situation. The initial consultation aims to determine the likelihood of underlying venous insufficiency, the root cause of spider veins and varicose veins. Please be completely transparent about your medical history and symptoms since that will help with the diagnosis.
#4. Expect an ultrasound diagnostic test to identify the root cause of your vein problems.
After the initial consultation, you can expect a thorough ultrasound diagnostic test. The vein doctor will perform a test called duplex ultrasound — this test involves using ultrasound energy to visualize the blood flow in your leg veins. Based on the direction of blood flow, the vein doctor determines if you have chronic venous insufficiency, the circulatory disorder responsible for most vein problems, including leg heaviness, restless leg syndrome, throbbing leg veins, skin discoloration, spider veins, and varicose veins.
#5. Expect an involved and collaborative treatment planning session with the vein expert.
After the diagnosis, you can expect an involved and collaborative treatment planning session with your Long Island vein specialists. Your vein experts will curate a personalized vein treatment plan based on your diagnosis, symptoms, medical history, goals, and insurance coverage options. They’ll provide an overview of your vein treatment options and recommend what they believe is the ideal vein treatment for you. We give you all the information to make an intelligent decision.
#6. Expect detailed instructions on every aspect of your treatment, from the preparation to the aftercare.
After curating a personalized vein treatment plan, the vein specialist will provide detailed instructions about your vein treatment. We understand that most patients have reservations about their treatments, including the possibility of pain, discomfort, and side effects. Our vein doctors explain everything you can expect from your vein treatment, step by step, from the initial treatment to the aftercare. As such, we do everything possible to alleviate your anxieties.
#7. Expect an overview of your treatment costs with and without insurance coverage — complete transparency.
The vein treatment clinics in Long Island believe in complete transparency. As such, all patients receive a complete breakdown of their vein treatment costs, with and without insurance coverage, before the actual treatment. If you’re not eligible for insurance coverage, our vein experts will also recommend affordable third-party financing plans. When you proceed with your vein treatment, you should have complete mental clarity about your financial burden.
#8. Expect a minimally invasive procedure that addresses the root cause of your vein problems.
Your primary vein treatment starts with a minimally invasive procedure for venous insufficiency, such as radiofrequency ablation, endovenous laser ablation, venaseal, or clarivein. The vein doctor applies local anesthesia, makes a small incision on the skin’s surface, and inserts a medical device into the diseased saphenous vein. Depending on the chosen treatment, the vein doctor delivers thermal energy or laser energy to destroy the diseased vein, rerouting the accumulated blood into healthier leg veins.
#9. Expect an in-office vein treatment for spider veins and varicose veins.
After your primary vein treatment, the vein expert proceeds with your cosmetic treatment for spider veins and superficial varicose veins. Sclerotherapy is the best spider vein treatment. It involves injecting a medicine into the spider veins to fuse their walls, turning them into hardened tissues eventually absorbed by the body. Ambulatory phlebectomy is the ideal treatment for large, bulging varicose veins. The vein doctor makes a small incision on the skin’s surface to manually remove varicose veins.
#10. Expect your vein treatments to conclude within an hour with no downtime.
You can expect your vein treatments to conclude in 30 to 60 minutes. That’s because all minimally invasive vein treatments are performed on an outpatient basis, following which you can resume all your daily activities and work. Your vein doctor will discuss your post-treatment recovery guidelines and aftercare, such as wearing compression stockings, and then you can leave the vein clinic. As such, our vein clinics in Long Island ensure minimal disruption to your daily schedule.