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Renaissance Laser and Vein Clinic ( Provides Clients with Affordable Varicose Vein Removal Treatment

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute, the industry-leading vascular specialists, provide insurance-covered varicose vein treatment for patients. The Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute is a California clinic dedicated to vascular, plastic and reconstructive surgery.

In a faltering economy, many women are putting aside their cosmetic concerns and pricey beauty rituals to save money. Though this is a sound strategy for most procedures, the treatment of varicose veins is an entirely different story. Varicose veins, the bulging, twisting veins that often occur in the legs, can pose a serious health risk for an individual. Faulty valves in the walls of the varicose vein can cause constant physical discomfort and life-threatening blood clots if left untreated. While compression socks and elevating the legs provides temporary relief from the symptoms, the only way to fully alleviate the discomfort is by having the varicose veins permanently removed. The sad fact is that a number of men and women are suffering with the daily discomfort and health risk associated with varicose veins because they are unaware that the treatment is usually covered by their health insurance.

For men and women who have varicose veins, permanent vein removal is a safe, simple process. Leading clinics such as the Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute have adopted the latest vein removal technology known as EVLT (Endovenous Laser Treatment). Luckily for varicose vein sufferers, the painless EVLT procedure is covered by most insurance. The EVLT therapy for vein removal is administered by the Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute's highly trained vascular professionals. The surgery-averse need not worry about this quick outpatient procedure, which involves no incisions and only local anesthesia. The actual varicose vein removal only involves a tiny needle through which the laser catheter is inserted to obliterate the vein. One of the biggest benefits of EVLT is that patients can immediately resume their daily activities - no time off from work is needed.

In addition to laser treatments for varicose veins, the Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute offers its Southern California patients treatment for unsightly spider veins. Spider veins can be treated anywhere they appear on the body, though they most commonly occur on the legs and the face. While this procedure is not covered by insurance, it is a popular treatment option for patients who want to regain their confidence and be able to wear shorts again, or not have to hide under layers of makeup. For the same reasons, spider vein removal is a great treatment option to pursue during the winter and early spring months - just in time to eliminate the veins for summer. For more information please visit or call (805) 496-4242.

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