Endovenous Laser Treatment Endovenous Laser Treatment (ELT or EVLT) is a quick, minimally invasive laser vein procedure that requires no hospital stay or complicated surgery.  A small fiber optic is inserted into the varicose leg vein and when activated heats and seals off the unwanted vein.  Once closed blood will reroute to healthier veins.
Typical Minimum Cost of Endovenous Laser Treatment (based on national averages):
$50.00
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Typical Maximum Cost of Endovenous Laser Treatment (based on national averages):
$3,000.00
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National Average Cost of Endovenous Laser Treatment:
$1,525.00
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Time Required for Endovenous Laser Treatment:
Typically 45 to 90 minutes.
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Is Endovenous Laser Treatment an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
Out patient
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How Long do Endovenous Laser Treatment results last?
The varicose veins that are destroyed will never return.  However, you may develop new varicose veins over time.
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What is the recovery time for Endovenous Laser Treatment?
Some patients return to their daily activities immediately following treatment.  A day of rest is advised.
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Will my insurance company cover Endovenous Laser Treatment?
Endovenous Laser Treatment can be covered by insurance if you meet certain requirements.  In general, insurance providers pay for symptomatic relief of varicose veins


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What types of anesthesia is necessary for Endovenous Laser Treatment?
A numbing agent will be applied to make the procedure as painless as possible.
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What else can I combine Endovenous Laser Treatment with?
Sclerotherapy
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What else is Endovenous Laser Treatment referred to as?
ELT and EVLT
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