Leading Varicose Veins Experts in Tunbridge Wells, Kent


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Start your journey to healthy veins and happy legs with the UK’s top varicose vein experts at Veincentre, Tunbridge Wells.

With 16 clinics across the country, performing over 40,000 treatments to highly satisfied patients, Veincentre specialists now offer modern, minimally invasive treatments to those in West Kent, in their new branch located in Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells.

The friendly and knowledgeable Veincentre team can help you Photo: Bart Lenoir

The Veincentre team offers walk-in appointments with different treatment plans suitable for a multitude of different conditions supported by the necessary equipment and knowledgeable staff, allowing for no work stoppage or surgery.

Treatment of varicose veins at Veincentre marks a turning point in life starting with healthier and happier legs, for many including Lynne, 52, a teacher, commenting “I can’t believe how much better my legs are now”.

“The pandemic made me re-evaluate my life, I decided to do the things I’ve been putting off for years. I remember putting five stone when I was pregnant with my first baby, and I was in labor for three days before giving birth to a 10 pound son! After losing weight my veins became even more visible. The staff were absolutely amazing they totally reassured me about the procedure I am thrilled “.

Trained experts are knowledgeable and can answer any questions Photo: Bart Lenoir
Trained experts are knowledgeable and can answer any questions Photo: Bart Lenoir

At Veincentre, the patient journey begins with a consultation and ultrasound, helping consultants determine if there is an underlying cause for the veins and recommend treatment based on that, with upfront and fixed prices, patients can find exactly what they want. I will pay before attending.

Each patient is treated with respect as an individual, listening and determining their personal needs, wishes and expectations while remaining honest and realistic in assessments of likely treatment outcomes showing transparency at every step of every Veincentre journey.

With over 18 years of experience, Veincentre excels at providing enough information to allow patients to make the decision that is best suited to their personal needs.

Highly respected vein specialists in the UK are often sought out by Veincentre, treat the underlying cause of varicose veins, not just the symptoms and appearance ensuring full treatment so they do not return.

Along with all treatments recommended by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE), varicose vein treatments available at the Tunbridge Wells branch include Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) – the preferred treatment for varicose veins at Veincentre by treating the underlying cause of venous insufficiency.

The Veincentre is now open in Tunbridge Wells.
The Veincentre is now open in Tunbridge Wells.

Foam sclerotherapy – mainly used as a secondary treatment after EVLA and avulsions – the physical removal of varicose veins is also determined by a personalized treatment plan.

The branch at Oxford House, 15 – 17 Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells is frequented by highly experienced consultants, Miss Nung Rudarakanchana and Dr Leto Mailli; available for treatments, supported by a friendly team of patient advisors to help you through every step of a vein journey.

Patient Advisors are available to speak with them 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday. Clinic session times may vary.

To speak to a member of the Patient Advisory Team call 03702188404 or email us at [email protected]

For more information and to book a consultation, go to veincentre.com.

The Veincentre offers the most effective, most proven treatment and the highest quality of care, accessible to all.  Photo: Bart Lenoir
The Veincentre offers the most effective, most proven treatment and the highest quality of care, accessible to all. Photo: Bart Lenoir

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