If you require a minor surgical procedure because of a heart or blood vessel problem, board-certified cardiologists Jyoti Mohanty, MD, and Suneet Kukreja, MD, and their expert team are here for you. At Advanced Cardiovascular Consultants, with locations in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, and Jupiter, Florida, they use advanced endovascular procedures to give you the best outcome with minimal recovery time. Schedule an appointment by phone or online to learn more about your options.
An endovascular procedure, or endovascular surgery, is a minimally invasive procedure your cardiologist uses to treat blood vessel disorders and reduce your risk of a heart attack or stroke. Endovascular procedures are less invasive than traditional open surgeries.
In addition to reducing your risk of serious heart or blood vessel complications, some of the numerous benefits associated with endovascular procedures include:
The surgical team at Advanced Cardiovascular Consultants has the experience and expertise necessary to give you the best outcome. They use the latest advancements in vascular technology and procedures.
To find out which endovascular procedure is right for you, your vascular specialist reviews your medical history and symptoms. They complete a comprehensive physical exam and may recommend stress tests, electrocardiograms (EKGs), echocardiograms, CT scans, MRIs, angiography, or other diagnostic tests.
The experts at Advanced Cardiovascular Consultants offer the following endovascular procedures:
During angioplasty, your surgeon inserts a catheter into a narrowed artery, inflates the artery, and may insert a stent to keep the artery open and reduce your risk of serious heart and vascular problems.
If you have an aneurysm or a bulging and weak artery, your provider can use a stent graft to repair the aneurysm without large incisions.
Cryoplasty is similar to angioplasty. Your surgeon inserts a catheter into blocked arteries to eliminate the obstruction. They use cold to inflate and freeze tissues and eliminate blockages.
Laser atherectomy is a minimally invasive procedure in which your vascular surgeon inserts a catheter into blocked arteries to remove plaque within blood vessels if you have peripheral artery disease (PAD).
Your vascular specialist offers radiofrequency and laser treatments, sclerotherapy, or excision to get rid of undesirable varicose veins.
Choose advanced, quality endovascular procedures with the specialists at Advanced Cardiovascular Consultants. Schedule an appointment over the phone or online today.