Vein Treatment Costs: What Insurance Covers and What It Doesn’t

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First, the Good News.

Most insurance companies cover “medically necessary”, in-office procedures for conditions such as varicose veins.

These include The Venefit ™Procedure and possibly Varithena®, though the latter’s coverage may depend on the anatomy and severity of your varicose veins and symptoms.

CVR is proud to accept most major insurance providers including Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, Alliance, Johns Hopkins, Coventry, PHCS, GHI, United Healthcare, Tricare and many others listed here.

What Typically Isn’t Covered.

Cosmetic procedures like sclerotherapy and topical laser phototherapy for spider veins are usually not covered by insurance providers.

Coverage Questions? Just Call Our Office.

Please call any CVR office to determine if we accept your insurance carrier. As mentioned above, eligibility of reimbursement coverage and benefits is based on medical necessity. If you wish to check your benefits prior to your appointment, please download the forms from our website.

To schedule the highest level of vein care at CVR, please call 855-653-8346 or book online at centerforvein.com.


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