Vein Tx
VenaSeal™ Closure System
What is VenaSeal?

The VenaSeal™ closure system is the only non-tumescent, non-thermal, non-sclerosant procedure that uses a proprietary medical adhesive delivered endovenously to close the vein.

How does it work?

The catheter will be placed in specific areas along the diseased vein to deliver small amounts of the medical adhesive. You may feel some mild sensation of pulling or tugging. Ultrasound will be used during the procedure to guide and position the catheter.


Clinical studies have demonstrated that the procedure is safe and effective. The venaseal procedure is administered without the use of tumescent anesthesia, avoiding patient discomfort associated with multiple needle sticks.


  • Long-term success in greater than 90 percent of patients has been observed. The long-term results of phlebectomy are excellent when the procedure is performed in patients who are good candidates.
  • Often, phlebectomy is used with a more comprehensive treatment plan, including additional procedures such as endovenous catheter ablation that use radiofrequency or laser energy.
  • Patients should discuss their individualized treatment plan with one of our physicians.
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    Before and After

    The VenaSeal procedure is minimally invasive and catheter-based. As such, it may involve the following risks. Your doctor can help you understand these risks.

    Before the VenaSeal™ Closure Procedure:
    You will have an ultrasound imaging exam of the leg that is to be treated. This exam is important for assessing the diseased superficial vein and planning the procedure.

    After the Procedure:
    You will be taken to the recovery area to rest. Our doctors will discuss with you what observations will be performed following treatment.

    The VenaSeal procedure is minimally invasive and catheter-based. As such, it may involve risks such as pain, tingling, pricking, numbness or burning. Our doctors can help you understand these risks.