Bucks County Center for Vein Medicine & Aesthetics

Find Us: Yardley PA


A New Way to Treat Varicose Veins

Heaviness. Aching. Itching. Living with varicose veins can be difficult, but treatment doesn’t have to be.


Get Back to Living with Varithena

When it comes to treating varicose veins and getting back to the activities you love, there’s
a new, nearly painless way. Varithena is a gentle foam treatment delivered in as few as 1–2 needle sticks. Patients reporting pain at the injection or application site in clinical trials was 4.0%.1 For most people, Varithena improves both physical symptoms related to varicose veins and their appearance.

Why Treatment is Different

There are no incisions, sedation or general anesthesia.

About Varithena

Effective at treating veins of different sizes above and below the knee. Requires no incisions, sedation or general anesthesia. Do not require a wire to be inserted along the length of the vein. Is administered in as little as one or two needle sticks per treatment, instead of 10-14. Does not heat, eliminating the risl of thermal injury. Does not use glue and dissolves in the bloodstream after treatment, leaving no foreign bodies in the vein. Varithena requires very little downtime for the patient.

How does it work

The doctor administers a small amount of Varithena (polidocanol injectable foam) through a catheter or by direct injection into malfunctioning veins. The foam fills and treats the desired section of the vein. The diseased vein collapses and the foam is deactivated.

Will my insurance cover it?

Insurance carriers may cover varicose vein treatments. Coverage may depend on the severity of the varicose vein and symptoms.

Schedule Now!
close slider