VenaSeal Vein Glue

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VenaSeal is a medical-grade vein glue that is used in removing large varicose veins in a non-invasive way.

What is VenaSeal Vein Glue?

VenaSeal Vein Glue is a medical adhesive that is used to close off abnormal veins. It is made from a polymer that is similar to the kind found in rubber cement, and it hardens once it comes into contact with blood. Additionally, it has been shown to be effective in a wide range of patients, including those who have previously had unsuccessful treatment with other methods.
The procedure is minimally invasive, and patients can usually go home the same day. The procedure is relatively quick, and patients typically experience little discomfort. VenaSeal Vein Glue is less invasive than surgery, and there is no need for stitches, bandages, or crutches, which makes VenaSeal a convenient and convenient treatment option.

What VenaSeal Vein Glue Treats

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How VenaSeal Glue Works

Under the guidance of an Ultrasound, the glue is injected through a catheter into the diseased vein, causing it to close off. Once closed off, the vein walls will undergo a process of sclerosis and, over time, will be absorbed into the surrounding tissue.

All our treatments are performed within the clinic and are non-invasive, walk-in-walk-out procedures. No need for full-day hospital visits! VenaSeal treatments will only take 30-60 minutes and are all performed within the clinic. You may feel a slight stinging feeling as the solution enters the vein; however, this discomfort is short-term and will subside quickly.

Injecting the VenaSeal

First, a small amount of VenaSeal glue is injected into the vein under the guidance of an Ultrasound.

Closing the vein wall

Next, ultrasound is used to heat the glue, which seals the vein shut. Pressure is applied to the treated vein to ensure the vein wall sticks to the glue and closes off.


Finally, a compression bandage is applied to the treated area.

VenaSeal Glue Cost

The cost of VenaSeal in Melbourne will vary depending on the severity of the varicose veins and the number of veins that need to be treated. However, it is generally less expensive than surgery and has a lower risk of complications. Book a consultation with our team today to get a complete quote.

VenaSeal Glue Cost Factors

  • The number of veins treated
  • The severity of your condition
  • Where the veins are located

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What To Expect

All abnormal vein treatment journeys begin with an initial consultation with our Vein Specialists. In the consultation, our doctors observe the area/s you are concerned about and develop a treatment plan whilst also informing you of the full costs associated with the treatment.

To give you the best and most accurate treatment advice, we use our in-house ultrasound machine to assess and map the deeper veins that are unseen on the surface. The Ultrasound will give the vein specialist a clear picture that will guide the best type of treatment most suitable for you.


In recent years, treatment for varicose veins has come a long way. One of the most promising new methods is VenaSeal. This minimally invasive treatment uses a medical adhesive to close off the treated vein, allowing blood to flow more smoothly through the body. The procedure is quick and relatively painless and typically requires no downtime for recovery. In most cases, patients can return to normal activities immediately after the treatment.

Aftercare Tips

  • Apply a compression stocking to the treated area to reduce swelling and bruising.
  • Wear compression stockings for 3-7 days after the injections.
  • Light walking at least 30 minutes per day.
  • Elevate your legs when possible to further reduce swelling.
  • Avoid strenuous activities for the first few days after your treatment.
  • Avoid exposure to sunlight or UV rays for at least 7 days after your treatment.
  • It is also important to keep the treated area clean and dry.
  • If you have any discomfort, you can take over-the-counter pain medication as needed.

Frequently Asked Questions

The procedure is quick and typically takes less than an hour to perform. Most patients report minimal discomfort and can return to their usual activities immediately after the procedure. The treated vein will gradually collapse and be reabsorbed by the body over the next few weeks. While the treated vein is healing, patients may experience temporary bruising, swelling, or tenderness. However, these side effects typically resolve within a few days. The final treatment results are visible for most patients within two to four weeks.
VenaSeal is less invasive than traditional surgical treatments for varicose veins and has a shorter recovery time. However, there are some risks associated with the procedure. The most common complication is bruising or pain at the injection site. There is also a risk of developing blood clots, which can be serious or even life-threatening. In rare cases, the adhesive can leak out of the vein and cause damage to surrounding tissues. Patients should discuss the risks and benefits of VenaSeal with their doctor before deciding if it is the right treatment for them.
The VenaSeal procedure is a minimally invasive option for treating varicose veins. During the procedure, a medical adhesive is injected into the vein, which seals it shut and prevents blood from flowing through. Once the vein is sealed, it is slowly absorbed by the body over the course of several months. The VenaSeal procedure is considered permanent, as the treated veins will not reopen or reappear over time. Additionally, the VenaSeal procedure has a low risk of complications and side effects, making it an attractive option for those looking for an effective treatment for varicose veins.
No, a doctor’s referral is not required for appointments.
The procedure involves injecting a medical adhesive into the veins, which seals them shut and prevents blood from flowing through them. This procedure can reduce the appearance of varicose veins, spider veins and reticular veins. VenaSeal can improve symptoms such as pain, swelling, and leg fatigue. In most cases, VenaSeal effectively removes varicose veins with just one treatment. However, some patients may require additional treatments or may not be candidates for VenaSeal due to the location of their veins.
VenaSeal is a new varicose vein treatment that is less invasive than traditional surgical stripping. The procedure involves injecting a medical adhesive into the vein, which seals it shut and prevents blood from flowing through it. VenaSeal is typically used on larger veins and is more effective than surgery in treating these veins. It also has a lower risk of complications and side effects, and patients can usually return to normal activities immediately after the procedure. Overall, VenaSeal appears to be a promising new treatment for varicose veins that offers many advantages over surgery. Vein stripping is the old method to remove varicose veins, it involves lengthy hospital stays, major scarring and lengthy healing times.

View some before & after shots from our clients at Australian Vein Clinics

leg with bulging varicose vein before sclerotherapy treatments
leg after ultrasound guided sclerotherapy treatment
legs with advanced varicose veins before treatment
legs after severe varicose veins are treated
legs with large varicose vein
after sclerotherapy treatment for spider veins
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