Wound Care

Conveniently located to service Portland, Westbrook, Scarborough, Lewiston and the neighboring communities in Maine.

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Wound Care In Portland, ME

Treat your wounds with the highest quality care. The expert team at the Advanced Vein Center is dedicated to helping men and women address chronic wounds with leading, professional care and the most effective treatments available. We are proud to offer wound care services to patients in Greater Portland, Lewiston, Central, and Southern Maine.

What is Wound Care?

Wounds can be caused by injuries, medical conditions, and even chronic diseases, such as diabetes and venous disease. While minor wounds can often heal in a matter of weeks with minimal attention and care, other wounds can’t, and in turn, can become “chronic.” A “chronic wound” is generally defined as a wound that is more than four weeks old and has made minimal or no progress in healing. In addition to being long-lasting, these wounds can be painful and even debilitating. At the Advanced Vein Center, wound care involves the analysis and treatment of chronic wounds in men and women.

How Much Does Wound Care Cost?

The cost of your wound care treatment will vary depending on your health insurance plan and the extent of treatment needed to achieve your desired results. For a more accurate cost estimate of your wound care treatment, we encourage you to come into our office for a personal consultation.

What Wound Care Treatments Do You Offer?

Our team of professionals at the Advanced Vein Center is trained in evaluating chronic wounds and offering the best treatment plan for individual patients’ needs. These treatment plans include:

  • Wound debridement
  • Edema reduction therapy
  • Skin lesion removal
  • Topical growth factors
  • Laceration repair
  • Compression therapy
  • Wound-specific products

What Can I Expect During My Chronic Wound Treatment?

A critical component of any successful treatment plan is patient participation and education. At the Advanced Vein Center, we strive to educate patients about their condition and treatment plan in order to achieve optimal results. This includes thorough training for the patient and the family members/caregivers that will support the patient’s wound care treatment protocols at home. We also offer educational materials and resources related to prevention, nutrition, hygiene, and other key topics surrounding chronic wounds. Dressings and frequent dressing changes are also extremely important parts of the healing process. Dressings come in all shapes, sizes, and costs. When it comes to dressings, we always offer the most effective and cost-effective options for patients.

Is Wound Care Right For Me?

If you’re looking for attentive and thorough care for your chronic wounds, there’s no better place to turn than the Advanced Vein Center. Contact us today to schedule your personal consultation with our expert team.

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The cost of your wound care treatment will vary depending on your health insurance plan and the extent of treatment needed to achieve your desired results. For a more accurate cost estimate of your wound care treatment, we encourage you to come into our office for a personal consultation.

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