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Treatment for varicose veins, like all medical treatments, can be expensive. Fortunately, because varicose veins are a medical condition that require treatment to correct, insurance almost always covers all or some of the costs.
The staff at Vein Institute of Connecticut is always happy to help you analyze your insurance coverage so that you know before treatment starts how much of the bill will be paid by your insurance company.
Please don’t put off treatment because you are nervous about costs or hesitate to talk about your insurance. We are trained to help you determine the most affordable options for your treatment.
The information below will give you a general idea of how much each type of treatment costs before insurance coverage.
This fast, low-risk office procedure involves injecting a solution into the vein, causing it to collapse and be absorbed into the body. While this is typically the lowest cost procedure, it is important to note that as many as six sessions may be needed to complete treatment, with about six weeks between each session.
This procedure treats veins with focused light pulses from a laser inserted inside the vein. Laser treatments may need to be performed up to six times.
This treatment, which involves inserting a catheter into the vein and applying thermal energy, is very effective in treating the serious varicose conditions in the longest veins, yet RF for varicose veins is also one of the most expensive out-patient vein treatments.
With this treatment, our doctors will make small incisions in your leg to remove the diseased vein. The number of Ambulatory phlebectomy treatments depends on how many veins need to be removed.
Surgical removal of a varicose vein is the most intensive option. Fortunately, with modern and effective in-office procedures, surgery is rarely needed.
Insurance companies consider treatment for spider veins to be strictly cosmetic and rarely cover these procedures.
With the CareCredit healthcare credit card you can finance the cosmetic surgery and other procedures not covered by insurance, and get the look you want now with CareCredit’s convenient monthly payments and special financing options.