According to the American Heart Association, more than 25 million adults in the U.S. suffer from varicose veins. More than six million may be diagnosed with an advanced venous disease, which can be characterized by severe symptoms like leg swelling, pain, and skin changes that eventually lead to skin discoloration and ulcerations. Visit us today for a consultation from one of the best vein doctors in Portland.
At Advanced Vein Center, we are committed to helping New England residents manage and treat their vein conditions for medical or cosmetic vein treatment. We offer state-of-the-art outpatient therapies, including endovenous laser treatment and sclerotherapy, to eliminate unsightly, uncomfortable varicose and spider veins for cosmetic and medical reasons. Our facility and our professional team specialize in all types of vein disorders and offer the latest technology to treat those disorders with minimal discomfort and downtime. Learn about spider vein causes and spider veins vs varicose veins.
Our patients can be assured that our staff is committed to the highest level of patient care in every aspect of our practice. From diagnosing venous conditions and determining the best treatment for each individual patient, we excel at providing a safe, professional environment for all of your vein care needs in Portland, Westbrook, Gorham, and surrounding areas.
We accept all insurances. Interested in a spider vein doctor but worried about insurance? Our staff is well versed in navigating the pitfalls of coverage and finding the best answer for your condition.
The initial consultation includes our own ultrasound protocol, which is more complete and gathers the criteria that insurances require to pre-authorize your treatment and assure payment. You will be given the information that allows you to make an informed decision, and have successful results with vein therapy at our cosmetic vein center.
We invite you to learn more about our vein treatments by contacting a member of our staff at Advanced Vein Center at 207-772-1820 serving Portland.