Microphlebectomy is a procedure in which bulging diseased veins are removed from the body through tiny incisions. Microphlebectomy is also referred to as ambulatory, mini, or stab avulsion phlebectomy. It is recommended by the best vein doctors in Monmouth County for patients that have vein disease in veins that are too large for sclerotherapy to be performed.
Microphlebectomy can be performed at our local vein center in Monmouth County as it only requires the use of local anesthesia. The recovery time is minimal and most patients can resume their daily activities immediately after the procedure or the next day.
After the procedure, your leg will be wrapped with elastic bandages for 1-2 days, during which you can resume your normal daily activities. Our vein specialist will advise you when you need to come back to have the bandages removed.