La Jolla Vein Care is pleased to announce its newest device for treating small spider veins—The VeinWave. This device uses radiofrequency energy to destroy spider veins with a high degree of precision, thus making it easier than ever to remove unsightly veins on the face or legs. The VeinWave is considerably more advanced than laser technology because it capable of pinpointing the damaged vein with greater precision, keeping the surrounding skin unharmed. By focusing specifically on the damaged vein, patients can eliminate the sunburn appearance that often results after laser treatments.
Archive for month: April, 2011
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If you experience the discomfort and swelling of varicose veins, you may be suffering from venous insufficiency or venous reflux disease. Approximately 25 million people in the United States suffer from this condition. Currently, La Jolla Vein Care is offering a free varicose vein screening for a limited time. During the screening, you’ll get a patient history, examination of your the legs, and a recommend plan of treatment (if necessary). So call (858) 550-0330 today and schedule an appointment. It’s the first step in keeping you healthy and looking good—and it’s free!
Dr. Bunke and her associate, Dr. Sardo were featured in the April issue of San Diego Woman Magazine. The articles highlight their careers and their specialty practices in medicine. Dr. Bunke describes the evolution of varicose vein treatments from surgery to minimally invasive procedures. She expresses that most varicose veins can be treated without surgery or anaesthesia. This is a huge advancement in the field of venous disease, considering only a decade ago vein stripping surgery was the gold standard for varicose vein treatment.
Dr. Sardo’s article describes her prominent career as a plastic surgeon, which has helped her help patients look better, feel better, and achieve greater health.
La Jolla Vein Care is excited to introduce the VNUS Closure procedure to its patients. This procedure is also known as radiofrequency ablation (RFA). The procedure is minimally invasive—and it’s an advanced alternative to laser treatment. The result? Better outcomes with less pain and less bruising. In particular, this procedure is beneficial when there is venous insufficiency present in the Greater Saphenous and Small Saphenous veins, making it clear that the next wave of technology for vein treatment is here—and it’s at La Jolla Vein Care.
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