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How to Get Your Best Summer Legs

While warmer weather means the rest of the country is gearing up for ocean visits, picnics, and outdoor runs, we in Arizona are bracing ourselves for the scorching summertime heat. With an abundance of sunshine, staying cool becomes a battle of man versus nature. Quick trips outside suddenly turn into sweat fests if you’re not wearing the proper clothing. That’s why shorts, shades, and sandals are essential summer wear for all Arizonans.

But if you’re one of the 50 to 55 percent of women who suffer from varicose veins, shorts are the last thing you want to wear. You’ll do anything to hide those blue, inkblot veins…even if that means wearing pants in the blistering 120 degree heat.

Luckily, there’s a range of quick and safe treatment options available to you, like those at Advanced Varicose Vein Treatment Center. Let a varicose vein specialist like Dr. Serrano erase those troublesome varicose veins in the safest, most comfortable way possible.

Unlike other varicose vein treatment centers, we pride ourselves in serving all of our clients needs in one visit. From an ultrasound to a consultation to receiving results and treatment – everything is done the same day, significantly minimizing your wait time.

In addition to that, we make the whole procedure extremely comfortable. Patients are given a mild sedative, which helps them to relax. We also numb the entire leg and provide nitric oxide, all to ease the discomfort of the patient. After two to three days of recovery time, you can resume your normal activities with flawless looking legs.

If you think that treating varicose veins is too expensive, think again. Most insurance companies will cover varicose vein treatments. Make an appointment today and get on the road to a better you. Call (602) 547-3300 today to schedule your appointment with our varicose vein doctor.

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