Cost of Vein Treatments Austin Texas

cost of vein treatments austin texas

Cost of Vein Treatments

We strive to keep your cost of vein treatments to a minimum. We accept most health insurance plans and Medicare.

The cost of Vein Treatments in Austin Texas will vary significantly depending on what type of treatment that you need. Multiple factors will determine the cost, including whether you have spider veins or varicose veins, how many veins need to be treated, the amount of time that it takes to do the treatments, whether one or both legs are treated, and which technologies are utilized. The average cost for some common vein treatments is listed below.

Health insurance companies will often pay for many types of vein treatments, depending on your individual circumstances and your particular insurance policy. At Austin Varicose Vein & Spider Vein Specialists we strive to provide our patients with the best quality care while containing costs. We will always diligently work with your insurance company on your behalf.

In order to help our patients with the cost of vein treatments, we provide several cost-saving measures: We work with your insurance company to try to cover the costs of the initial consultation for evaluation of leg veins. We offer ultrasound testing within our facility if this testing is necessary. We also work with all of the major health insurance providers to allow you to have your insurance cover as much of the cost of vein treatmetns as possible.

This procedure involves a series of vein injections performed by our doctor. Sclerotherapy is utilized to remove spider veins, reticular veins, and varicose veins of the legs.

Cost: Sometimes covered by insurance (insurance does not cover cosmetic treatment of spider veins or reticular veins, but sometimes insurance will cover sclerotherapy for varicose veins when medically necessary). Without insurance coverage, the cost of sclerotherapy with Austin Vein Specialists is $450 per thirty-minute session for spider veins. $650 for a thirty-minute session when reticular veins also need to be treated. $750 for a session of varicose veins (which are blue veins that bulge and are over 3 mm in diameter). This $750 charge for varicose vein sclerotherapy includes the cost of ultrasound when ultrasound-guided therapy is required.

This is a thirty-minute outpatient procedure performed by our vein surgeon to treat varicose vein disease and involves a sterile operation performed in our Vein Center. Extensive sterile equipment, including a disposable catheter and disposable laser fiber, is required. A diode laser machine is utilized. A surgical assistant/ultrasound technician is also necessary, as it is performed with sterile ultrasound techniques. Local anesthetic is also utilized.

Cost: Usually covered by insurance. Out of pocket cost dependent upon insurance plan and deductible.

This is a forty-five-minute outpatient procedure performed by our vein surgeon to treat varicose vein disease and involves a sterile operation performed in our Vein Center. Extensive sterile equipment, including a disposable catheter and disposable radiofrequency fiber, is required. A Covidien Radiofrequency transmitter is utilized. Also, a surgical assistant/ultrasound technician is also necessary, as it is performed with sterile ultrasound techniques. Local anesthetic is also utilized.

Cost: Usually covered by insurance. Out of pocket cost dependent upon insurance plan and deductible.

This is an FDA-approved method of treating small spiders on the face, nose, legs, or ankles. It is a surface procedure performed by our cosmetic vein specialist that utilizes small micro-bursts of electrical energy to remove small unsightly veins from the skin.

Cost: Not covered by insurance. $450 per thirty-minute session for leg veins, $450 per thirty-minute session for facial or nose veins.

Cost: Not covered by insurance. $450 per thirty-minute session for leg veins, $450 per thirty-minute session for facial or nose veins.

Cost: Not covered by insurance. $450 per thirty-minute session.

This is a sterile outpatient surgical procedure performed by our vascular surgeon in our vein center. It involves surgical removal of varicose veins.

Cost: Often covered by insurance, unless considered cosmetic. Without insurance or when cosmetic, $1500 to $2500 per leg, depending on how many veins need to be removed.

This office procedure involves a series of vein injections performed by our doctor. Varithena is a patented vein medication utilized to remove varicose veins of the upper and lower legs. This treatment allows patients to avoid more painful and invasive vein surgery.

Cost: Usually covered by insurance. Out of pocket cost dependent upon insurance plan and deductible.

This office-based vein procedure is the newest varicose vein therapy available. VenaSeal is a medical “super glue” that seals varicose vein disease by injection of medical glue into the veins under ultrasound guidance. This is a very safe treatment and it is FDA approved.

Cost: Not covered by insurance (due to its recent release). Call our office to discuss the most recent pricing, which varies based on our contracted rate from Medtronic, the company that manufactures and distributed vent seal glue.

Compression stockings are a non-surgical alternative to treating the symptoms of spider veins and varicose veins. Wearing the stockings on a daily basis tends to relieve discomfort and swelling in the legs. Patients interested in purchasing a pair of stockings need to have a custom fitting in the office, which is complimentary.

Cost: The cost of prescription compression stockings is between $50 and $100, depending on the brand and style purchased.

Horse Chestnut Extract may be recommended by your physician for treatment of your vein condition. If the supplement is recommended, a 60 day supply costs $25. We also other vein supplements, such as Diosmin and Diosvein. These average $20 per bottle.

We accept the following insurance plans: 

  • United Healthcare
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Humana
  • Cigna
  • Oscar Insurance
  • Aetna
  • Ascension Seton Healthplan
  • Wellpoint
  • Tricare
  • Scott & White
  • Medicare

If you want to verify we accept insurance that is not on our list, please call our office to inquire. We will work with your insurance company in any way that we can to help cover your treatment costs, no matter which health care insurance policy you carry.

Financing of Vein Therapies at Austin Vein Specialists

We do offer Care Credit financing to help patients cover the initial costs of their vein treatments. Contact our office for further information about this program.

*Costs listed above are average costs per session and are subject to change. Prices listed may vary depending on an individual’s specific requirements for particular medications and supplies (as well as our vendor’s current prices), so please verify the prices listed at the time your procedure is scheduled.

If you live in Austin or the surrounding communities of Cedar Park, Lakeway, Pflugerville, or Round Rock, and would like to know more about the cost of vein treatment, contact our center today! We provide initial one-on-one physician consultations for spider veins or varicose veins of the legs. Phone (512) 339-9100 to arrange your visit today!

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If you have any questions or if you would like to learn more about the services that we provide, please call us or complete the “Contact Us” form on this page and will respond back to you as quickly as possible. Thank you!

Austin Vein Specialists

Plaza North Clinic

(512) 339-9100

12319 N Mopac Expy, Suite 250
Austin, TX 78758

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(512) 994-9108

170 Deep Wood Dr #102
Round Rock, TX 78681

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Park Bend Clinic

(512) 339-9100

2217 Park Bend Dr.
Austin, TX 78758

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