Providing The Most Advanced Vein and Vascular Services In Milford and Serving New Haven, Bridgeport, Stamford and All of Southern Connecticut
Our Vein and Vascular Specialists Are Experts In The Entire Vascular System and Have The Skills and Knowledge To Diagnose and Treat All Vascular Disorders
At Milford Vascular Institute our group of board certified and highly skilled vein and vascular specialists can diagnose and treat all disorders relating to your vascular system.
When it comes to your veins and arteries, it is important to have a board certified vascular surgeon and experts who specialize in the entire vascular system to care for you.
At Milford Vascular Institute, we have been diagnosing and treating vein and vascular disorders for over 20 years in New Haven County. Improving blood circulation through the legs, arms, pelvic, abdominal and thoracic areas, as well as the carotid arteries is our expertise.
DR. ESPOSITO & DR. DAVIS
PERFORMING VASCULAR TREATMENT IN OUR OFFICE-BASED LAB
By combining the knowledge and skills of vascular surgeon Dr. Esposito, who is board certified in general surgery, vascular surgery and cardiothoracic surgery, with the expertise of interventional radiologist Dr. Davis, who is board certified in diagnostic, vascular and interventional radiology, you can rest assured that you are in the best possible hands when you choose Milford Vascular Institute for your vascular health care.
From minimally-invasive vein treatments performed right in our office to complex surgeries to prevent aortic aneurysms and strokes, our vascular specialists are here to help you.
BOARD CERTIFIED VASCULAR SURGEON DR. ESPOSITO PERFORMING VEIN TREATMENT
At Milford Vascular Institute, we offer state-of-the-art treatments that are minimally-invasive and performed right in our office or office-based laboratory on an outpatient basis. These treatments offer practically no downtime, quick recovery times and minimal to no scarring at all.
Board certified vascular surgeon Dr. Esposito also has hospital privileges at nearby Milford Hospital in case your vascular issues require invasive vascular surgery.
Our ultimate goal is to improve your vascular health and quality of life by providing the best vein and vascular treatments available anywhere, and providing you with the care and respect you deserve throughout your consultation, diagnosis and treatment.
At The Heart of Everything
We Do We Strive To Send A Clear Message To Our Patients:
Here at Milford Vascular Institute, our top priority is to help our patients feel better, first and foremost. When you visit us here at MVI, you will notice that our staff is committed to your comfort and well-being, above all else.
Our mission statement is our promise to you that you will always be cared for to the highest possible standards.
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VASCULAR SURGEON DR. ESPOSITO ABOUT OUR MISSION STATEMENT
What Our Patients Are Saying About Receiving Vein and Vascular Care at Milford Vascular Institute
Peripheral Arterial Disease
Vein and Vascular
Services Provided at Milford Vascular Institute
Our highly skilled vascular specialists remove varicose veins using the latest minimally-invasive techniques with no downtime.
Using foam sclerotherapy injections and visual sclerotherapy injections to get rid of your unsightly spider veins quickly and safely.
We specialize in treating the deep malfunctioning veins that cause leg swelling, leg cramps, varicose veins and potentially deadly blood clots.
Using IVUS guidance and minimally-invasive surgical techniques our vascular specialists can precisely diagnose and treat your compressed iliac vein.
Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) occurs when the arteries in the arms and legs become blocked, and can lead to amputation if left untreated.
The NS100 nerve stimulation device helps stop the pain and discomfort in your legs and feet due to diabetic neuropathy for up to 6 months after placement.
Vein Removal Treatments
DR. ESPOSITO EXPLAINS WHY TREATING VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY IS SO IMPORTANT
Our vascular surgeon and vein specialists perform quick and easy minimally-invasive procedures right in our office to treat your deep veins that are causing vein disease (venous insufficiency).
Vein treatments at Milford Vascular Institute are performed under local anesthesia, and they include:
- radiofrequency ablation
- Varithena® microfoam injection
- VenaSeal™ vein closure procedure
- laser vein ablation
After the deeper malfunctioning veins have been closed using the above procedures, large varicose veins that remain can be physically removed using the ambulatory phlebectomy procedure.
Vein removal is performed through a small puncture in the leg so it does not require any sutures or staples. Healthy blood flow is restored through your other well-functioning veins. These procedures allow for quick recovery time and leave minimal to no scarring in the treatment area.
WHY SPIDER VEINS ON THE LEGS SHOULD NOT BE IGNORED
Our skilled vein specialists perform spider vein removal using foam sclerotherapy as well as visual sclerotherapy.
During foam sclerotherapy, ultrasound guidance is used to help our vein specialists locate the bulging veins that are beneath the surface of the skin. These bulging veins may not be visible on the skin’s surface, however they are the cause of the formation of the visible spider veins that form.
A tiny needle is inserted into the vein, and a foam medication is injected directly into the vein. The medication causes the veins to shrivel up and close.
After the deeper veins that feed spider veins (tributary varicose veins) are closed using foam sclerotherapy, visual sclerotherapy is performed to close off the tiny spider veins that are visible at the surface of the skin.
Spider vein treatments are performed right in our offices using minimally-invasive techniques so you can enjoy no downtime and quick recovery.
Outpatient Endovascular Procedures In Our Office-Based Laboratory
DR. ESPOSITO EXPLAINS PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT
Peripheral arterial disease, also known as PAD, is a condition in which plaque builds up inside the leg arteries. This causes a constriction of blood flow within the artery.
The arteries carry blood that is rich in oxygen and nutrients down from the heart to the legs.
When blood flow to the legs becomes constricted due to PAD it can result in leg pain and leg cramps while walking. Left untreated, it can eventually lead to gangrene and amputation. So early diagnosis and treatment of peripheral arterial disease is crucial to maintaining good vascular health.
Here at Milford Vascular Institute, we offer free PAD screenings all year round. Give us a call at (203) 418-7386 to schedule your free screening today.
WATCH HOW MAY-THURNER SYNDROME IS TREATED IN OUR OFFICE-BASED LAB
Iliac vein compression, also known as May-Thurner Syndrome is a condition in which the iliac vein becomes compressed between the iliac artery and the spine.
When the iliac vein becomes compressed, it restricts blood flow from the legs to the heart, causing blood to accumulate in the leg. The result is stagnant blood pooling in the leg, causing leg swelling, pain, and a multitude of other negative effects.
With the use of IVUS intravascular ultrasound for precision, during May-Thurner Syndrome treatment, our vascular surgeon opens up the iliac vein by placing a stent in the exact location where the iliac vein was being compressed.
This helps restore healthy blood flow from the legs back up to the heart.
Meet Our Providers
Our team of clinicians has extensive and multidisciplinary experience treating all aspects of vascular, thoracic, and lymphatic disease. You can put your trust in our vascular specialists to provide you with unsurpassed, comprehensive care.
Their unparalleled experience and knowledge set our vascular specialists apart for providing cutting edge treatments to help improve your vascular health and quality of life.
When you choose Milford Vascular Institute for your vascular treatment, you can rest assured that you are getting the very best possible vascular care available in all of New Haven County and all of Connecticut. Our vascular specialists are highly skilled in providing the most advanced, minimally-invasive vascular treatments available anywhere in the world.
At Milford Vascular Institute, board certified vascular surgeon Dr. David Esposito and Dr. Paul Davis, who is board certified in diagnostic radiology, and vascular and interventional radiology, have the skills and expertise to treat all vein and artery disorders.
Dr. Esposito and Dr. Davis are top-rated experts in minimally-invasive endovascular treatments. They are always at the forefront of technology in the vascular surgery field to ensure they are providing the best, cutting-edge vascular treatments to the people of Connecticut.
Board certified Physician Assistant, Karin Augur, and Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, Erin Orozco and Sylvia VanSuch specialize in vein disease, treating venous insufficiency, and removing varicose vein and spider veins, helping to restore healthy blood flow through your legs so they can look and feel their best.
With over 70 years of combined experience in diagnosing, preventing and treating vascular diseases, our outstanding group of highly trained and skilled providers have dedicated their lives to caring for you.
With over 20 years in practice, at Milford Vascular Institute, our staff is committed to excellent patient care, always treating our patients with respect and compassion because WE CARE.
Our MVI Team ~ Always Treating You Like Family
If you are looking for the best vascular specialists who can help you with any vein or artery issue you may have, you can put your trust in the vascular specialists at Milford Vascular Institute to care for you.
We offer free vascular screenings to check for blockages in your leg arteries and in your carotid arteries that may indicate the presence of peripheral arterial disease and carotid artery disease. We also offer free screenings to check for aortic aneurysms, which if left undetected can cause sudden death if they rupture.
If you have any concerns about your vascular health, our team is here for you. We encourage you to call Milford Vascular Institute and make an appointment to see us if any of the following apply to you:
Our MVI family cares about the health and well-being of our community members, and we are here to serve you. If you have any questions about your vascular health, or if you would like to schedule an appointment with one of our vascular specialists or vascular surgeon, please give us a call at (203) 418-7386 or request an appointment by filling out the form below. It will be our pleasure to care for you.