Most Advanced Vascular Surgical Center in Delhi NCR

A procedure to treat vascular system diseases such as varicose veins and spider veins

No Cuts.
No Wounds.


Varicose Veins

The valve that maintain the flow in the blood gets damaged because the blood stagnates in the veins. This leads to varicose veins. In varicose veins, the veins become dilated and stretched.

Best Vascular Surgery Clinic in Delhi NCR

Vascular problems are increasing due to sedentary lifestyle, food habits, smoking, hypertension and diabetes. Vascular clinic in Delhi NCR exists to treat patients with disorders of the arteries, veins and lymphatics which is collectively known as vascular system. Vascular surgery is a surgical specialty that treats diseases of the vascular system - arteries, veins and lymphatic system) through minimally invasive laser procedures.

Patients with these vascular disorders usually consult vascular specialists. Vascular doctor with a thorough understanding of such conditions, is able to handle all the appropriate investigations and treatments, including lifestyle advice, drug therapy and even surgery.

The pressure for change in the way vascular problems are delivered is driven by patient outcomes. Unnecessary deaths, strokes, and limb amputations are poor patient outcomes in vascular disease. These devastating outcomes are minimised by laser treatment at Pristyn Care by a vascular specialist in Delhi NCR.

Vascular surgeon at Pristyn Care specializes in laser treatment for varicose veins. If needed, our skilled and experienced doctors are capable of performing laser surgery for varicose veins.

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Most Frequently Asked Questions by Fissure patients

Where is vascular clinic in Delhi?

Pristyn Care vascular clinic address: Mool Chand Metro Station, 5A, Ring Rd, Vikram Vihar, Lajpat Nagar IV, Opposite, New Delhi, Delhi 110024


What is the difference between vascular and endovascular surgery?

Vascular surgery and endovascular surgery, both treat vascular disease. Endovascular describes a minimally invasive approach commonly done through needle puncture and a sheath. Traditional vascular surgery is more invasive and involves incisions, which is more surgical in nature.


When in blocked artery in leg surgery done?

Peripheral artery bypass, commonly known as blocked artery in leg surgery to reroute the blood supply around a blocked artery in one of your legs. Fatty deposits can pile up inside the arteries and block them. A graft is used to replace or bypass the blocked artery.

How can you reduce the risk of vascular problems?

To reduce the risk of vascular problem:

  • Stop smoking or tobacco consumption
  • Adapt healthy eating habits
  • Exercise regularly
  • Keep cholesterol levels under control
  • If you are diabetic, control your sugar level
  • Reduce stress

What are common vascular conditions?

The most common vascular conditions are:

  • Varicose vein/venous reflux disease
  • Aneurysmal disease
  • Carotid artery disease
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Diabetic vascular disease
  • Hemodialysis access
  • Peripheral arterial disease

Why is ultrasound done before vascular surgery?

The ultrasound assists in identifying incompetent veins and when reflux is present. Reflux is when the blood leaks through the damaged valve.


How long it takes to recover after vascular surgery?

Most patients resume their normal activities immediately. After surgery, patients are suggested to refrain from strenuous activities and lifting heavy weights. As part of the healing process, patients are given a few light exercises to facilitate quick recovery.