Oceana Vein Specialists are experts in treating venous disease using the most advanced, non-surgical methods possible. Our main goal is to provide compassionate, advanced care that is focused on results. All of our procedures are non-surgical, outpatient and performed in our beautiful ocean view office to ensure the best patient experience available.

Whether you’re suffering from varicose veins or spider veins we offer advanced care strategies tailored to your needs.

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Conservative Therapy

The initial treatment option for varicose veins is conservative management. This includes compression stockings, exercise, leg elevation and weight loss. These approaches may provide temporary symptom relief but will not make the varicose veins go away or prevent them from worsening, as the underlying disease process of venous reflux has not been addressed. Most insurance companies require a documented period of wearing compression stockings in order to provide payment for procedures, usually a period of 1-3 months. Oceana Vein Specialists have multiple different styles of compression stockings available for purchase.

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Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a type of endovenous thermal ablation. RFA therapy involves inserting a small treatment catheter (similar to an IV) into the damaged vein and applying heat in order to close the vein. The goal in treatment is to close and shutdown the main superficial feeder vein in the leg (the great saphenous vein or the small saphenous vein). This procedure usually takes about an hour and in performed in our beautiful oceanview procedure suites. Patients can return to normal activity immediately after the procedure, and even return to work that same day.

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Ambulatory Microphlebectomy

Ambulatory microphlebectomy is a procedure for treating surface varicose veins. Microphlebectomy involves actually removing the diseased vein through a series of tiny incisions. Oftentimes, microphlebectomy is performed after a patient has received radiofrequency ablation to treat the larger feeder veins of the leg (great saphenous and small saphenous veins). After RFA treatment, which is the first stage in treating varicose veins, there may be persistent varicose veins that did not resolve after the ablation procedure. Ambulatory microphlebectomy is an effective treatment option for removal of these stubborn surface varicose veins and performed in our beautiful oceanview procedure suites.

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Sclerotherapy is a technique to treat small and medium size veins by injecting a small volume of irritant into a vein, ultimately causing it to close up over time. Ultrasound guidance can be used for injection of medium size deeper veins which cannot easily been seen on the skin surface. Oftentimes sclerotherapy is required to treat remaining veins after a patient receives radiofrequency ablation of the main feeder vein in the leg. Sclerotherapy procedure is performed in our beautiful oceanview procedure suites and usually takes 30-40 minutes per session. Patients can return to normal activity immediately after treatment, and even return to work that same day.

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Spider Vein Sclerotherapy

Spider veins are the tiny surface veins on the skin. They usually spread out on the skin in a spider web type pattern and can be a source of cosmetic concern for patients. There are several techniques that Oceana Vein Specialists use in order to treat these surface spider veins. Sclerotherapy is a technique to treat surface spider veins by injecting a tiny volume of irritant into the vein, ultimately causing it to close up over time. Sclerotherapy for spider veins is a simple and quick procedure that is performed right in our office at Oceana Vein Specialists.

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Venous Ulcer Treatment

Ulcers of the lower legs may be due to an underlying venous condition, in fact 70-90% of all lower extremity ulcers are due to an underlying venous condition. Oceana Vein Specialists are experts in diagnosing the cause of a lower extremity ulcer as well as treating the underlying vein condition. Venous ulcers heal much faster once the underlying venous reflux is corrected. Typically, a venous ulcer has an associated perforator vein, which is a vein that communicated high pressure deep venous blood to the surface of the skin, causing skin breakdown over time. Oceana Vein Specialists treat the underlying vein reflux, as well as treat underlying perforator veins using the ClosureRFS Stylet.

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Payment plan options

Oceana Vein Specialists make it our priority for you to receive the highest quality of care with the most effective, minimally invasive procedures available. We understand that individual financial situations may make it prohibitive to receive treatment for their venous disease. Most vein procedures are covered by private insurances as well as Medicare and Medical-Cal, as long as certain requirements are met. Oceana Vein Specialists are experts in obtaining pre-authorization from your insurance provider and outlining specific benefits of your coverage plan. We also provide third-party financing options through Care Credit and reasonable out-of-pocket pricing options.

Care Credit gives you flexibility and convenience to manage out of pocket expenses. It may be used for dental care, cosmetic treatment, and vein procedures. Oceana Vein Specialists is offering 12 months with no interest if paid in full by the term date. Once you apply online or over the phone, you will receive an answer almost immediately. You may begin treatment even before you get your medical credit card. You’ll just need to have the number given to you by Care Credit on hand.

To apply for Care Credit, please click here and follow the directions when prompted or call 1.800.365.8295.

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