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Laser Vein Center

Laser Vein Center

Our Phone Number: 877.962.8346 or 877.WMC.VEIN

The WMCHealth Westchester Heart and Vascular Institute’s vein program, located in Westchester, New York has treated over five thousand patients. Our clinicians have vast experience in the treatment of varicose and spider veins. Our goal is to help patients achieve healthy and beautiful legs. Procedures are performed at our vein center under local anesthesia with minimal downtime. 

Our vein treatments are easily accessible at our locations. Take the first easy step towards a pain-free, more confident life by making an appointment for consultation.

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Types of Veins

Spider Veins

Spider veins are also known as telangiectasia and occur at the earliest stages of venous insufficiency. They are formed by small skin veins that become dilated and are visible through the skin's surface. They can be blue, purple or red and are frequently extensive, forming various patterns of linear, starburst, or tree-like distribution. In the legs, they may be associated with varicose veins and venous insufficiency. They can be present in all areas of the body, including the face and the back.

Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are abnormal veins that become large and tortuous. As a result, varicose veins bulge out and can be seen through the skin. They appear as rope-like structures protruding out from the skin and can occur throughout the legs and ankles. Varicose veins occur due to a disease called "venous reflux." Healthy veins have tiny leaflets inside of them called valves. They allow blood to flow in one direction from the ankles towards the heart. When valves do not work, blood backs up in the legs and causes increased pressure in them. This causes the veins to enlarge and causes symptoms such as pain, heaviness, cramping, itching and burning of the skin. In advanced cases, this can lead to skin pigmentation, ulceration and bleeding.

Reticular Veins

Reticular veins are considered a more advanced stage of venous disorder. They are formed by larger veins that are located deeper in the skin's surface with venous reflux. They are usually blue and purple in color, tortuous frequently feeding the areas of spider veins. In contrast to varicose veins, both spider and reticular veins do not protrude on the skin surface. Reticular veins may form areas of unattractive clusters of veins predominantly located on the inner part of thighs, backs of legs and ankles. They can also be associated with symptoms of pain and discomfort of the legs. For advanced treatment of reticular veins, Atrium Laser Vein Center located in Westchester NY, is the first easy step towards a pain-free, more confident life.

Minimally Invasive Treatments

Our methods of treatment are the most advanced in Westchester, New York. We offer foam sclerotherapy, EVLT, VNUS closure procedure and laser treatments, which are highly successful in the treatment of varicose veins, spider veins, and other vein related conditions.

Laser Treatments

Laser treatments are performed to remove unsightly spider veins. A laser beam is applied to small veins which causes the vessel walls to coagulate and then disappear.


Sclerotherapy is a method of injecting varicose veins with a solution that causes the vein wall to become sticky. Compression is then applied, which causes it to close up and eventually be absorbed by the body. Sclerotherapy generally requires several treatment sessions. The majority of patients with small varicosity can be treated effectively with sclerotherapy.

Ambulatory Mini-phlebectomy

Mini-phlebectomy is a procedure used to treat large varicose veins. Tiny punctures are made to extract large varicose veins near the surface of the skin. Incisions are small and usually do not require stitches. Very good cosmetic results can be obtained with this procedure.

Vein Closure procedures (VNUS)

The Vein Closure procedure is an alternative to stripping and ligation of the greater saphenous veins. This procedure involves inserting a catheter into the damaged vein without making an incision. The catheter delivers radio frequency energy to the vein wall to shrink and seal shut. Patients are satisfied with this procedure because it allows them to resume normal activity immediately after the treatment.

Endovenous Laser Procedure

The Endovenous Laser procedure involves placing a laser and fiber into the saphenous vein to seal the vein. This procedure also replaces stripping of the saphenous vein.

Vascular Surgery and Laser Vein Center

Please contact us at 877.WMC.VEIN or 877.962.8346.

Laskowski, Igor
Endovascular Surgery
Vascular Surgery
Babu, Sateesh
Babu, Sateesh, MD, FACS
Attending Physician, Vascular Surgery
Vascular Surgery
Goyal, Arun
Goyal, Arun, MD, FACS, RPVI
Attending Physician
Endovascular Surgery
Vascular Surgery
Mateo, Romeo B.
Mateo, Romeo, MD
Attending Physician
Endovascular Surgery
Vascular Surgery