Did you know that you can have your vein removal surgery covered by insurance? With summer right around the corner, now is the time to get the process started! At Denver Vein Center, we work one-on-one with patients to ensure you have the best chance of getting your procedure approved by insurance. We conduct all the qualifying tests in-house, and work directly with the insurance company, saving you the headache.read more
When does Vein Treatment Qualify for Insurance Coverage?
Get your Varicose Vein Procedure Covered by Insurance
Varicose Veins are often dismissed as a cosmetic issue, when in fact, they can threaten your circulatory health. Fortunately, many insurance companies cover varicose vein procedures if they’re deemed to be medically necessary rather than cosmetic. Below we will begin to address the differences between the two categories and how Denver Vein Center can help you start feeling better.read more
Denver Vein/Evexias Medical Coolsculpting Event!
CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure that is proven to kill fat cells once and for all! This procedure is perfect for anyone who wants to get rid of unwanted pockets of fat and has been approved by the FDA since 2010. This revolutionary technology uses controlled cooling to facilitate the reduction of fat in a localized area.read more
Side Effects of Hormone Replacement Therapy
BHRT is designed to help individuals who are either, lacking or over-producing certain hormones. Because bioidentical hormones are molecularly identical to the hormones produced in our body, they are easier to absorb and come with fewer side effects.read more
Prevention vs. Correction with Botox and Fillers
When considering cosmetic treatments, it is a good idea to do personal research on the different types of procedures and how they will affect your appearance. At Denver Vein Center, we have many patients coming in to ask us, “What’s the difference between Botox and fillers?” The answer is, fillers and botox are different on many levels, below we will address how these substances are different and how they are used to prevent or correct wrinkles.read more
Varicose Vein Recovery Time
Varicose veins are known for drawing unwanted attention and pain to the affected legs. For many patients, laser removal procedures are often a viable option. However, for patients with more severe cases, a surgical procedure may be required. Though the removal procedure is relatively non-invasive, it will cause bruising and inflammation to form around the affected leg. To ensure a complete recovery and summer-ready legs, it is optimal to have this procedure performed 2-4 months before the start of warm weather.read more
Reduce Love Handles with CoolSculpting in Denver
CoolSculpting is a non-surgical fat-reduction treatment that uses controlled cooling elements to eliminate fat that is resistant to diet and exercise. CoolSculpting is a non-invasive procedure that is proven to kill fat cells once and for all! This procedure is perfect for anyone who wants to get rid of unwanted pockets of fat fast.read more
Why Vitamin D is Considered a Hormone
What most people don't know, is that Vitamin D is actually a prohormone. Prohormones are substances that the body is able to convert into a hormone. Once Vitamin D is ingested or absorbed, it is then converted into a hormone (calcitriol) in the liver and kidneys, to help absorb calcium and distribute it throughout the body. Vitamin D is essential for bone growth and stability, especially for growing children and older generations.read more
Fillers Vs. Botox: What is the Difference?
With the statistics of aesthetic procedures on the rise, we want our patients to feel confident and educated in the world of aesthetic procedures. In the past, Botox and fillers have caused confusion. It is important to understand how each is used so you can make an informed decision before any facial procedures.read more
Menopause Hormone Therapy: Are You a Good Candidate?
Menopause can bring with it a host of challenges. From mood swings and hot flashes, to osteoporosis and heart disease, there are many side effects associated with this transition. In an effort to alleviate these symptoms, a number of treatments have been developed. One of the most prevalent remedies is Hormone Replacement Therapy. Although not best for all women, for some, Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) can provide relief during this trying time.read more