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Advanced Vein Treatments

Dr. Michael Vasquez, MD, FACS, RVT is internationally recognized for his expertise in treatment, education, and research promoting venous health. He was the first in Western New York to perform the Venefit Procedure, formerly known as the VNUS Closure Procedure, and received the Business First “Health Care Heroes Award” for “Innovation in Health Care.” To date, Dr. Vasquez has performed more than 5,000 diseased vein ablation procedures. Read more about Dr. Vasquez


Swollen Legs

Also known as spider telangiectasias, first appears as thin veins visible below the surface of the skin.

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Varicose and Spider Veins

Large dark-colored veins visible below the surface of the skin, occurring from vein pressure.

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Venous Ulcers

Also known as stasis ulcers, occur as a wound as pressure builds in the leg when venous valves do not function properly.

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Deep Venous Thrombosis & Superficial Phlebitis

Occurs when a blood clot develops within a deep vein.

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The Venous Institute of Buffalo specializes in all aspects of venous health. With focus on providing compassionate and comprehensive care, Dr. Vasquez is nationally and internationally recognized for his expertise, teaching and research in treatment of venous insufficiency. Whether you’re suffering from painful varicose veins, embarrassed by unsightly spider veins, at risk for developing deep vein thrombosis, or in need of care for other venous disorders, contact The Venous Institute of Buffalo and let Dr. Vasquez and staff put their experience and expertise to work for you.

Your first appointment at The Venous Institute of Buffalo will start with a fact-finding mission, where your history and symptoms will be reviewed. You will be asked to complete several health questionnaires that will be referenced during your comprehensive evaluation. Depending on your condition and diagnosis, one or more conservative or corrective treatment options will be recommended.

Typically patients with a documented medical problem or a positive result from an ultrasound scan will usually receive reimbursement for a percentage of the treatment cost from their insurance provider. Cosmetic treatments are generally not covered by insurance. The Venous Institute of Buffalo is on par with many insurance providers and HMO’s, and will work with you to ensure you receive the most reimbursement possible.



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