Varicose Veins Removal in Brooklyn

Offered by Astra Vein Treatment Center

Varicose veins usually appear on your legs as swollen purple blood vessels on the surface of your skin. While the cause for embarrassment, they can cause enough pain and discomfort that you want to seek treatment. Varicose vein treatment in Brooklyn and Bronx starts with a visit to the Astra Vein Treatment Center. Dr. George Bolotin first determines the cause of your varicose veins, and then he recommends the most appropriate cure, starting with the least invasive treatment. Call the practice for a consultation, the first step in removing your varicose veins.

What Are Varicose Veins?

Varicose veins are abnormally large and twisted blood vessels. While any of your superficial veins — veins close to the surface of your skin — can become enlarged, varicose veins tend to appear most commonly in your legs. They look purple, contorted, and swollen, and they’re larger than the thin, red spider veins,  which are caused by different conditions.

Varicose veins are often no more than a cosmetic concern. They’re unsightly and can cause you embarrassment about your appearance, which is sometimes enough to seek treatment. But they do occasionally cause discomfort and pain. Left untreated, painful varicose veins can contribute to more severe problems, such as:

  • Venous insufficiency
  • Venous stasis ulcer

If you’re suffering from these unsightly purple bulges, seek an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment from the best varicose vein doctor in Brooklyn and Bronx. Dr. George Bolotin founded the Astra Vein Treatment Center to practice as an Interventional Radiologist. He provides the latest vein treatments available, always recommending the most appropriate procedure for your condition.

Read more:

Astra Vein Treatment Center
4209A Ave U,
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(718) 222-0225



Our location on the map: Brooklyn

Nearby Locations:
Sheepshead Bay | Madison | Marine Park | Old Mill Basin | Mill Basin
11235, 11223, 11224 | 11229 | 11234

Medical Health