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Carolina Vein Care and Aesthetics is the only independent physician-owned vein practice in the Upstate staffed by a board-certified, fellowship-trained interventional radiologist and vascular surgeon who have many years of expertise in treating vascular disorders. We specialize in the diagnosis and state-of-the-art, minimally-invasive treatment of chronic venous insufficiency, varicose and spider veins. We provide comprehensive vein care in a comfortable office environment where you will receive tailored treatment that is best for you.

Because how you look is also a part of how you feel, we are proud to offer aesthetic services including facial neurotoxins and fillers, as well as office-based tumescent liposuction and body contouring. Our physician-led cosmetic medical team is committed to producing optimal cosmetic results with an emphasis on safety, minimal pain and recovery time.

Whatever health or beauty goals you have, our experienced and knowledgeable physicians and dedicated, compassionate medical staff can help personalize a plan to help you achieve them.


What’s New?

Results of Polidocanol Endogenous Microfoam in Clinical Practice

What does that mean for my veins? Since the FDA approval of a commercially-prepared formulation of polidocanol foam (PEM - polidocanol endovenous microfoam), PEM has been commonly used to treat varicose veins of the legs. The doctors who authored this ...Continue Reading »

The Clinical Relevance of Anterior Accessory Great Saphenous Vein Reflux

What does that mean for my veins? So what is the “anterior accessory great saphenous vein”, and why did I choose this paper to summarize for you? Well I’m glad you asked! First of all, the “anterior accessory great saphenous ...Continue Reading »

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