Minimally Invasive Vein Procedure With Minimal Scarring

Experience relief of varicose vein pain and improve the appearance of varicose veins with a minimally invasive in-office procedure that leaves little to no scarring with minimal infection risk. A microphlebectomy is a procedure that removes surface veins too large to be treated with sclerotherapy.

Phlebectomies are less invasive than surgical stripping procedures as only the surface veins are treated, resulting in minimal, if any, recovery time. Find out more about varicose veins and reach out to the Vein Clinic for treatment.


  • Relief of pain from varicose veins
  • Minimally invasive in-office procedure
  • Little to no scarring
  • Improves the appearance of unsightly varicose veins
  • Minimal infection risk

Learn About the Microphlebectomy Procedure

Generally, the process begins with veins being marked while you’re standing to make it easier to identify problem areas. Once lying down, a local anesthetic is used to numb the areas and a small puncture is made to remove the varicose vein. A steri-strip is then placed over the puncture wound.

As this is an office-based procedure, most people are able to return to normal activities immediately, however, strenuous activity may be limited for one or two weeks. You will need to wear medical-grade compression stockings for anywhere from 36 hours to 2 weeks.

“The staff was very informative and supportive throughout the entire process. I really enjoyed the facility and the special attention I received as a patient.”

~ Eryn Turton (The Vein Clinic Patient)