VenaSeal is the only non-thermal, non-tumescent, non-sclerosant procedure approved for use in the U.S. and Canada.

The use of medical glue to physically shut down and seal defective veins is the most recent innovation in the treatment of vein disease. Dissimilar to preceding treatments like surgical vein removal VenaSeal does not require regional nerve block or large volumes of anesthesia.

There is no risk of nerve damage or skin burns. The VenaSeal Closure system is undoubtedly a revolutionary procedure that we are proud to offer to our clients at NewDermaMed.

Benefits of VenaSeal™

Recovery is 4x faster compared to surgical vein removal

Minimal-to-no bruising

Outpatient procedure

No post-procedure compression stockings needed (in most cases)

Significant cosmetic appearance improvement

Topical anesthesia

No skin burns

No risk of nerve damage

How VenaSeal™ Works

The adhesive agent used in this treatment (cyanoacrylate glue) has been specially formulated for use inside the body.

To ensure precise delivery a catheter is inserted into the diseased vein under the guidance of an ultrasound.

Next, the VenaSealTM dispenser gun delivers approximately 0.10 cc aliquots per trigger pull through the catheter into the vein.

Upon contact with the blood the adhesive immediately bonds with the intima and compression is applied to seal the vein. Once the malfunctioning vein has sealed blood is immediately re-routed to neighboring healthy veins.

What To Expect of The VenaSeal™ Procedure

Before the procedure:
An ultrasound imaging exam of the affected area must be done. The exam is an integral part in assessing the diseased vein and planning the procedure.

During the procedure:
Topical anesthesia is administered to the most caudad point of the diseased vein. Once the area is numb, the catheter is inserted, you may feel some pressure or discomfort from the placement of the catheter. Small amounts of medical adhesive will be placed in specific areas of the diseased vein followed by intervals of manual compression. An Ultrasound is used during the procedure to guide and positon the catheter. When the treatment is complete the catheter is removed and compression is then applied to the access site to achieve hemostasis, a small bandage is then placed over the puncture site.

After the procedure:
Your post-treatment care will be tailored to your needs. Unless otherwise stated you can return to normal activity immediately after the procedure. The swelling and discomfort associated with chronic venous insufficiency will diminish quickly while the bulging veins will noticeably improve over time.

It’s important to keep in mind self-care treatments will not change the look of varicose veins. If you do not respond to self-care or if your condition is more severe your next step would be to consult a vascular surgeon.

We are one of the only cosmetic clinics in the GTA with a vascular surgeon on their team.

Varicose & Spider Vein

Only until Valentine’s Day

Laser Vein Removal Small Area

Single Session

% Off
Package of 3

% Off
Package of 6

% Off

$250.00Add to cart

$750.00 $525.00Add to cart

$1,500.00 $900.00Add to cart

Laser Vein Removal Large Area

Single Session

% Off
Package of 3

% Off
Package of 6

% Off

$450.00Add to cart

$1,350.00 $945.00Add to cart

$2,700.00 $1,620.00Add to cart

Sclerotherapy Small

Single Session

% Off
Package of 3

% Off
Package of 6

% Off
     

$250.00Add to cart

Performed by surgeon

$750.00 $637.50Add to cart

Performed by surgeon

$1,500.00 $1,125.00Add to cart

Sclerotherapy Large

Single Session

% Off
Package of 3

% Off
Package of 6

% Off
     

$450.00Add to cart

Performed by surgeon

$1,350.00 $1,147.50Add to cart

Performed by surgeon

$2,700.00 $2,025.00Add to cart

VenaSeal

TBD with surgeon

RadioFrequency Ablation

TBD with surgeon

Endovenous Laser Treatment

TBD with surgeon

Vascular Surgeon Consultation Fee

Consultation Fee $150  Purchase Online Now
Consultation fee will be credit back to your surgery

Our Pricing

Varicose & Spider Vein Treatments

Only until Valentine’s Day

LASER VEIN REMOVAL Single Session

% Off
Package of 3

% Off
Package of 6

% Off
Laser Vein Removal Small Area

$250.00Add to cart

$750.00 $525.00Add to cart

$1,500.00 $900.00Add to cart

Laser Vein Removal Large Area

$450.00Add to cart

$1,350.00 $945.00Add to cart

$2,700.00 $1,620.00Add to cart

SCLEROTHERAPY Single Session

% Off
Package of 3

% Off
Package of 6

% Off
Sclerotherapy Small      

$250.00Add to cart

Performed by surgeon

$750.00 $637.50Add to cart

Performed by surgeon

$1,500.00 $1,125.00Add to cart

Sclerotherapy Large    

$450.00Add to cart

Performed by surgeon

$1,350.00 $1,147.50Add to cart

Performed by surgeon

$2,700.00 $2,025.00Add to cart

VenaSeal TBD with surgeon
RadioFrequency Ablation TBD with surgeon
Endovenous Laser Treatment TBD with surgeon
Vascular Surgeon Consultation fee Consultation Fee $150          Purchase Online Now
Consultation free will be credit back to your treatment

Book Your

Free Consultation

We take your privacy seriously

NewDermaMed Blog Posts

See our latest posts.

What’s the Difference Between CoolSculpting and SculpSure

Have been considering a fat reduction procedure to help rid yourself of unwanted fat? If so, you’ve likely come across both CoolSculpting and SculpSure as possible procedures. Though both provide the same end result they do it in entirely different ways. But knowing which procedure is right for you can be confusing. In this article … Continue reading “What’s the Difference Between CoolSculpting and SculpSure”

What’s The Difference Between Liposuction and CoolSculpting

Are you considering a fat reduction procedure to target you stubborn unwanted body fat? While researching options you’ve likely come across both Liposuction and CoolSculpting as possible options. But which one is right for you? Though both procedures help to achieve the main goal of reducing unwanted body fat they do have different approaches. In … Continue reading “What’s The Difference Between Liposuction and CoolSculpting”

Pregnancy and Varicose Veins

Are you expecting? Congratulations! Pregnancy is one of the most exciting times in your life. Though as you await the arrival of your bundle of joy you may be experiencing some less than joyful symptoms. Just like morning sickness and swelling feet, varicose veins can be caused by pregnancy. If you are experiencing issues with … Continue reading “Pregnancy and Varicose Veins”

How to Hide Bulging Varicose Veins

If you suffer from varicose veins you are no doubt familiar with the highly visible bulging veins that can come along with the condition. Though some people are not bothered by the appearance of varicose veins others wish that they were not present. It can be difficult to figure out the best way to hide … Continue reading “How to Hide Bulging Varicose Veins”