Simple no-tricks pricing

The total costs involved in diagnosing and treating your varicose veins are outlined below. The primary treatment plan is likely to be either Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) or Foam Sclerotherapy, depending on the severity of your varicose veins. We have differentiated prices depending on your location in the north or south of England. See below.
Treatment
Treatments
One leg
Both Legs*
Foam sclerotherapy
Ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy is the gold-standard treatment option for varicose veins when EVLA is not required, as recommended by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). It’s worth noting, though, that the vast majority of patients with varicose veins do require EVLA.
One leg
£680
Both Legs*
£780
Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA)
Endovenous laser ablation, often referred to as EVLA (or EVLT), is the gold-standard treatment for varicose veins – as recommended by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
One leg
£1930
Both Legs*
£2530
Avulsions / Foam sclerotherapy
As a complement to laser treatment or foam sclerotherapy on the insufficient veins, you might need a complementary treatment to tackle the visible veins on the legs. This can be done by either avulsions, sclerotherapy, or both and gives the most holistic result. Some patients need several rounds of complementary treatments to achieve a satisfactory result.
One leg
£500
Both Legs*
£600

*Treatment prices for both legs, are dependent on both legs being treated at the same time. If two appointments are required the price will increase

Consultation
£250
No hidden fees or costs
Book a consultation
Utilising a duplex ultrasound scan, we accurately diagnose the severity and specifics of your varicose veins.
Ultrasound scan
Tailored treatment plan
Fixed treatment price offer
1 on 1 time with your surgeon
4.9 overall rating
Treatment
Treatments
One leg
Both Legs*
Foam sclerotherapy
Ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy is the gold-standard treatment option for varicose veins when EVLA is not required, as recommended by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). It’s worth noting, though, that the vast majority of patients with varicose veins do require EVLA.
One leg
£730
Both Legs*
£830
Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA)
Endovenous laser ablation, often referred to as EVLA (or EVLT), is the gold-standard treatment for varicose veins – as recommended by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
One leg
£2400
Both Legs*
£2800
Avulsions / Foam sclerotherapy
As a complement to laser treatment or foam sclerotherapy on the insufficient veins, you might need a complementary treatment to tackle the visible veins on the legs. This can be done by either avulsions, sclerotherapy, or both and gives the most holistic result. Some patients need several rounds of complementary treatments to achieve a satisfactory result.
One leg
£550
Both Legs*
£650

*Treatment prices for both legs, are dependent on both legs being treated at the same time. If two appointments are required the price will increase

Consultation
£300
No hidden fees or costs
Book a consultation
Utilising a duplex ultrasound scan, we accurately diagnose the severity and specifics of your varicose veins.
Ultrasound scan
Tailored treatment plan
Fixed treatment price offer
1 on 1 time with your surgeon
4.9 overall rating
Treatments
Treatments
One leg
Both Legs*
Foam sclerotherapy
Ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy is the gold-standard treatment option for varicose veins when EVLA is not required, as recommended by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). It’s worth noting, though, that the vast majority of patients with varicose veins do require EVLA.
One leg
£730
Both Legs*
£830
Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA)
Endovenous laser ablation, often referred to as EVLA (or EVLT), is the gold-standard treatment for varicose veins – as recommended by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
One leg
£2400
Both Legs*
£2800
Avulsions / Foam sclerotherapy
As a complement to laser treatment or foam sclerotherapy on the insufficient veins, you might need a complementary treatment to tackle the visible veins on the legs. This can be done by either avulsions, sclerotherapy, or both and gives the most holistic result. Some patients need several rounds of complementary treatments to achieve a satisfactory result.
One leg
£550
Both Legs*
£650

*Treatment prices for both legs, are dependent on both legs being treated at the same time. If two appointments are required the price will increase

Consultation
£300
No hidden fees or costs
Book a consultation
Utilising a duplex ultrasound scan, we accurately diagnose the severity and specifics of your varicose veins.
Ultrasound scan
Tailored treatment plan
Fixed treatment price offer
1 on 1 time with your surgeon
4.9 overall rating

What our patients say

“I usually get nervous, but I wasn't nervous because the surgeon told me precisely what would happen step by step"
Penelope
“You get a very good treatment here and the consultation and treatment process made me feel very welcome.”
Anne
"The overall impression has been very good. I felt very safe throughout the entire treatment process."
Caroline
“Now I can work full-time gain and go for a walk, which I haven’t done since the summer. Now, a new life will begin.“
Eva
"I don't feel the problem anymore after the treatment, and I have been able to work without a problem."
Michelle
“The biggest surprise when I came into the clinic was how calm it was. The treatment was done in a friendly spirit.”
James
"Professional staff. Appreciated being informed throughout the process and receiving information afterwards".
Karen Wilsson
"Procedure was without pain. Good information was provided continuously during the operation".
Thelma Brooks
"Well looked after by all staff. Good explanations from both the doctor and nurse".
Cynthia Ascot
"I don't feel the problem anymore after the treatment, and I have been able to work without a problem".
Michelle
“The biggest surprise when I came into the clinic was how calm it was. The treatment was done in a friendly spirit”.
James
“Now I can work full-time gain and go for a walk, which I haven’t done since the summer. Now, a new life will begin“.
Eva
“You get a very good treatment here and the consultation and treatment process made me feel very welcome”.
Anne
"The overall impression has been very good. I felt very safe throughout the entire treatment process".
Caroline

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to all of your questions regarding the treatment – before, during, and after the procedure.
Can I undergo treatment if I am on blood thinners?
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Yes. If you are taking blood-thinning medication, you should not stop it. This should only be done in extremely rare cases, and your surgeon would have informed you about it during your preliminary examination.
Do I need a referral to have treatment?
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No, you can contact usdirectly and book your consultation with the surgeon.
Can I take sedatives before surgery?
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This can be discussed with your surgeon at your consultation.
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How long does the surgery take?
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A normal-length operation takes between 45 and 60 minutes. A larger operation on both legs can take up to 90 minutes.
Does the operation hurt?
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The treatments carried out are virtually pain free as veins have no nerve endings. The only sensation a patient typically feels is when the injections for local anesthetic is administered. We always strive to make you as pain-free and comfortable as possible.
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Can I drive after surgery?
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We recommend that you bring someone with you to drive you home safely. If you get a bandage over the entire leg, you can become more or less stiff above the knee, which can hinder the ability to drive safely. You can also opt to travel by public transport.
Should I use a support stocking after surgery?
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There is no evidence that support stockings help with the long-term results or reduce the risk of complications. If you think it helps against swelling and discomfort, you can use a knee-high compression stocking for 5–6 days after the treatment, which you can purchase online.
How quickly can I start exercising after surgery?
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There is no specific prohibition against physical training after treatment. You can lift, walk, and run to the extent that you feel comfortable with. If you play a certain sport, please discuss this with your surgeon before booking your treatment.
Can I sunbathe and bathe after treatment/surgery?
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It is recommended that you avoid direct exposure to the sun on your legs for at least 2 weeks post treatment. Use sunscreen, at least SPF 30, on your legs when you are in the sun to avoid discolouration or scarring. Direct sunbathing and tanning beds are not recommended.
Can I fly after surgery?
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There are no physical or medical reasons that prevent you from traveling immediately after the treatment. However, it is recommended that you contact your travel insurance provider, as they set the criteria for when you are insured following a treatment.
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Book a consultation today and let us take care of you.
Before and after images

Results from previous patients we have helped

Caroline
"The overall impression has been very good. I felt very safe throughout the entire treatment process".
Anne
“You get a very good treatment here and the consultation and treatment process made me feel very welcome”.
Eva
“Now I can work full-time gain and go for a walk, which I haven’t done since the summer. Now, a new life will begin“.
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