Baylor Scott & White Advanced Vein Clinic of North Texas is committed to providing comprehensive, quality care to patients experiencing varicose veins, spider veins and all other venous disorders. We are pleased to offer access to our services at two convenient locations in Irving and Grapevine.
Our expertise includes endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) treatment of varicose veins. EVLA is a non-surgical solution that utilizes the safety and precision of laser energy to treat and eliminate varicose veins. Call to schedule your evaluation and learn how you can eliminate varicose veins quickly and effectively with minimal downtime.
Baylor Scott & White has established agreements with several types of insurance to ensure your health needs are covered.
Aetna - (1)Aetna Signature Administrators
Blue Cross Blue Shield - (3)Blue EssentialsBlue PremierParPlan
Cigna - (2)LocalPlusOpen Access Plus
DFW ConnectedCare - (1)American Airlines Employee Benefit Plan
HealthSmart - (2)ACCEL NetworkPreferred Network
Humana - (3)ChoiceCareHumana PreferredNational POS
Superior Health Plan - (1)STAR+PLUS
Superior HealthPlan - (1)STAR+PLUS
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Conservative treatment approach: graduated compression
Our vascular physicians will recommend a treatment plan specifically tailored to your particular condition beginning with a conservative approach, such as compression hose, whenever possible.
Graduated compression hose compress the surface veins forcing blood to the deeper veins systems, reducing the symptoms associated with CVI, which include swelling, tired, aching and heavy-feeling legs.
Surgical treatment options for vein disorders
When compression hose do not alleviate the discomfort, we provide several surgical treatment options for your veins:
Baylor Scott & White Health is pleased to offer you multiple options to pay your bill. View our guide to understand your Baylor Scott & White billing statement.
Other payment options:
At Baylor Scott & White Health, we want to be a resource for you and your family. Our team of customer service representatives and financial counselors are here to help you find financial solutions that can help cover your cost of care. We encourage you to speak to a team member before, during or after care is received.
To ensure that your visit to our office is as convenient and efficient as possible, we are pleased to offer our registration forms online. The patient registration form may be completed electronically and printed for better legibility or completed manually.
Frequently asked questions
About vein disorders
Varicose veins can occur or become aggravated for a variety of reasons, including hereditary traits, pregnancy, excessive straining, standing or sitting for extended periods of time, obesity, aging and trauma.
Within the human body, veins act as transporters for the circulatory system to return blood from your extremities to your lungs and heart. Valves within the veins are structurally designed to allow blood to flow in one direction, but these valves can become faulty, allowing blood to flow backward into the vein due to gravity, this is also referred to as chronic venous insufficiency (CVI).
This can cause veins to enlarge, thicken or become twisted. When this happens, varicose veins occur. Varicose veins can occur anywhere in the human body, but the superficial veins in the legs are the most commonly affected.
Spider veins are small superficial blood vessels that appear red or blue in the skin. They commonly occur in the legs but are also found in other areas of the body including the face.
They are usually the size of a large hair and can look like a “starburst” pattern or a tree branch pattern. They can often be a sign of underlying chronic venous insufficiency (CVI).
Venous ulcers are one of the most serious side effects of longstanding varicose veins. These typically occur in the lower leg near the ankle. Venous ulcers are caused by high venous pressure or chronic venous insufficiency.