Classical Phlebectomy by Stripping is often subject to general anesthesia, requiring long hospitalization and a long recovery period. But, Ambulatory phlebectomy is an outpatient procedure for bulging, varicose veins that are close to the surface of the skin which can be removed through small incisions.


Use local anesthesia by Tumescent technique. In some cases, monitoring sleep anestheisia is sufficient to remove the discomfort during surgery.
With minimal local anesthesia and minimal incision, you selectively find, bind, cut and remove the veins you need.

Incision & Hook Insertion

Dissection & Hooked

Ligation & Remove

Operation Schedule

One Leg


Both Leg


Sleep Anesthesia