Meet Dr. Jennifer Avise, a renowned Vascular Surgeon and Vein Doctor specializing in early detection, disease prevention, and minimally invasive techniques. With her practice headquartered in Pleasanton, California, Dr. Avise extends her exceptional services to the residents of Dublin, Livermore, Oakland, and Fremont.
Dr. Avise is an expert in diagnosing and treating various conditions such as aortic aneurysm, limb salvage, varicose veins, peripheral artery disease (PAD), carotid disease, dialysis access, and spinal access surgeries. Leveraging her profound understanding of vascular health, she emphasizes minimally invasive (endovascular) techniques and complex open surgery to ensure patients receive top-notch care.
Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Avise honed her medical prowess at Emory University, followed by a rigorous vascular and endovascular surgical fellowship at Wake Forest University in North Carolina. Her journey then brought her to the Bay Area to be closer to family.
For seven years, she built a successful practice in the Oakland and Tri-Valley region for Stanford, where she served as an associate professor and medical director of the Heart and Vascular center. Now, as part of the BASS Medical Group, she focuses on a patient-centered practice, committed to delivering high-quality care to the East Bay community.
If you're in Pleasanton, Dublin, Livermore, Oakland, or Fremont and are looking for a trustworthy vein doctor specializing in varicose veins and peripheral artery disease (PAD), look no further. Dr. Avise is eager to provide the best vascular health solutions to ensure you lead a healthy, fulfilling life. Reach out today and take the first step towards better vascular health!
"I highly recommend the BASS Vein Center, even if you must travel to see them. The staff at BASS show great concern, and spend ample time getting to know their patients as a person as well as their medical history. They provided an excellent treatment plan to help guarantee that I’d receive the best possible care!"Read More Reviews
Given that varicose veins are not a life- threatening problem, some patients achieve adequate relief with conservative therapy. This includes leg elevation and the use of compression stockings for symptom relief.Some insurance companies require a trial of compression stockings for 6-12 weeks prior to approval for a more definitive treatment.
Radiofrequency ablation therapy uses precision focused radio-frequency energy to treat varicose veins. During the procedure, a small catheter is inserted into the vein. The catheter is heated using radio-frequency energy. The heat from the catheter shrinks and collapses the diseased vein, effectively sealing off the malfunctioning portion of the vein.
Ambulatory Phlebectomy, Micro-phlebectomy, or “hook” phlebectomy, is a micro-extraction procedure used to remove bulging varicose veins, both large and small, that are close to the surface.
Also known as ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, this procedure targets and eliminates varicose veins that are hidden from the naked eye and only seen by ultrasound.
The VenaSeal™ system delivers a small amount of a specially formulated medical adhesive to seal — or close — the diseased vein, rerouting blood to nearby healthy veins, which provides symptom relief.