Dr. Raymond Wolf Addresses the Importance of Proper Diagnosis of Venous Disease for Spider and Varicose Veins

Spider veins and varicose veins trouble more than forty percent of people in the United States. Dr. Raymond Wolf recently addressed proper diagnosis of venous disease to alleviate the issues associated with spider and varicose veins.

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) estimates that 50% of women over 21 in the United States have spider veins. Women are more likely to develop spider veins and varicose veins than men, however it is more likely to increase between both men and women with age.

Dr. Raymond Wolf is a cosmetic surgeon practicing in the greater Dayton Ohio area, specializing in laser vein therapy and vein treatment. He treats spider veins and varicose veins on a weekly basis and offers a unique approach to those suffering venouse disease which includes all levels of it's associated conditions such as Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) and Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).

In a recent video broadcast related to the matter he made the opening statement, "You've taken the first step towards better looking and feeling legs. During your consultation a screening Continuous Wave Doppler will help identify whether you have reflux which is necessary for the diagnosis of medical venous disease. You will also be visually examined to see if you have cosmetic venous disease." Spider veins and varicose veins can be hurtful both physically and to the spirit. These conditions are painful and limiting, but with laser light and other methods they can be safely treated.

He went on to say, "Your consultation is the best way to find out what type of venous problems that you have and a complete evaluation may follow after that. Treatments range from Endovenous Laser Ablation to Topical Laser Treatment for Spider Veins which also includes the treatment called Sclerotherapy." Spider veins, also known as roadmap veins, are very tiny superficial blood vessels that increase in size over time and commonly occur on the legs. Sclerotherapy is considered the gold standard in treating people with spider veins.

Varicose veins are larger, dilated blood vessels that can be raised above the skin’s surface and have a rope-like appearance. Laser therapy is a highly effective treatment for varicose veins, in which tiny laser fibers are applied to the vein through a needle puncture. Dr. Raymond Wolf can diagnose and effectively treat patients with all forms of venous disease with these advanced treatment methods to maximize their results and minimize their downtime for recovery.

More information can be found in the vein therapy section of his website at http://www.advancedthera.com/vein-therapy/

About Dr Wolf
Dr. Raymond Wolf is a board-certified phlebologist and a highly-trained, experienced cosmetic surgeon. His practice offers procedures for cosmetic procedures such as facelift surgery, abdominoplasty, laser liposuction, breast augmentation as well as medical procedures to correct problematic spider veins and varicose veins. They also offer anti-wrinkle and anti-aging treatments such as Botox, Juvederm, Restylane and Alloderm to smoothen wrinkle lines in the forehead, eyes and around the mouth area. He has been featured several times to showcase his treatments on WDTN-TV Channel 2 with Vanessa Freeman.

Dr. Wolf has performed safe and effective surgical and non-surgical procedures in the greater Dayton Area since 1989.

Dr. Wolf's Rejuvenation Center & Cosmetic Surgery: 1989 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd. Suite 201 B, Dayton, OH 45459 (877) 839-3223


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