For Varicose Veins

What Is Ambulatory Phlebectomy?

Done under Local anesthesia in the office.

Ambulatory Phlebectomy is a procedure used to remove varicose veins that are near the surface. An ambulatory phlebectomy done at re*be® uses a series of small incisions over the course of a superficial vein to remove the vein with a tiny hook. The procedure is done in the office and the same local tumescent anesthesia used for the laser ablation procedure is used for the phlebectomy.


Video used by Re*be for training other physicians in Ambulatory Phlebectomy

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