FAQs

Is Vein Treatment Covered by Insurance?

MINT accepts most major health insurances and insurance covers medical vein disease and their treatments. To ensure your coverage, our insurance verification team will coordinate with your insurance company before treatment.

How Much are Vein Screenings?

MINT offers complimentary vein screenings.

Is it Okay to Delay Treatment?

The sooner you seek treatment for varicose and spider veins, the higher chance you have for treatment success. If left untreated, varicose and spider veins will continue to worsen, advancing your symptoms.

Will I Need to be Hospitalized?

No hospitalization is necessary, as all our procedures are performed in-house at our state-of-the-art facility.

How Quickly Can I Return to Work?

For certain treatments, such as spider vein treatments, most patients return to work the same day. For others, such as VenaSeal and vein ablations, patients may return to work the following day. Our treatments are intended to have patients return to their normal activities as quickly as possible.

Will My Varicose Veins Come Back After Treatment?

At MINT, our doctors have extensive experience in treating varicose veins and the recurrence rate is low. However, varicose veins are caused by a chronic venous disease that could develop new varicose veins, so the health of your legs should be monitored consistently after the procedure.

Is it Okay to Treat Only My Spider Veins?

Although it is possible to only treat spider veins for cosmetic reasons, we encourage our patients to treat the underlying cause of their spider veins in order to have the best possible outcome.

Is Vein Treatment Painful?

Our treatments are virtually pain-free since we offer twilight sedation to patients receiving vein treatment and have a team that is experienced in minimizing any possible discomfort that is associated with the procedure.
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