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Gary Orris, MD

Dr. Orris is founder of Orris Vein Center.  He is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine, so he has been trained to handle the most difficult procedures in the most critical patients at the most demanding times.  He is utilizing these skills to do the low risk but high benefit procedures associated with vein disease management.  Due to his expertise and his success, he has been identified as a training center for other physicians in vein procedures.  

Do You Have Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) ?

Symptoms or Findings

  • Varicose Veins

  • Bulging Veins

  • Leg Swelling

  • Edema

  • Skin Color Changes

  • Spider Veins

  • Ankle Ulcers

  • Leg Pain

  • "Heavy Legs"

  • Non-healing wounds

  • Restless Leg Syndrome

Risk Factors

  • Age

  • Female Gender

  • Family History

  • Heavy Lifting

  • Multiple Pregnancies

  • Obesity

  • Prolonged Standing

Vein disease is a chronic progressive condition that leads to various problems.  Once CVI has started then it will continue to progress.  It cannot be treated with compression stockings, but only suppressed.  If you have any of these symptoms, then we can do a simple noninvasive screening test to see if you have CVI.  If you do, then a simple minimally invasive procedure can be done to correct it.  This procedure is as easy and as starting an IV on you.  

What is Vein Disease?
Diagnosis & Treatment

Orris Vein Center Services

Diagnostic Ultrasound
This is one of our most popular services available.  We have some of the best Registered Vascular Ultrasonographers in the Metro Atlanta area.  If you don't have experts at this level, disease can be missed, or worse, treated inappropriately since the vein mappings could be incorrect.  We have teamed up with Digirad to have access to their talent.
Radiofrequency Ablation
The vein is treated internally with a catheter that heats the vein in 3 or 7cm uniform segments.  This, therefore, closes the vein shunting blood to other healthy veins.
The vein is treated internally with the "superglue" option for venous closure.  This, therefore, closes the vein by gluing it shut, shunting blood to other healthy veins.
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The vein is treated internally with a foam that damages the inner lining cells of the vein and therefore cannot be maintained and then collapses the vein shunting blood to other healthy veins.
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The spider veins (<5mm) are formed as the result of diseased veins that are deeper.  After these deeper veins are treated then the smaller veins can be treated with a tiny needle and injection of a sclerosant that collapses the vein and it dissolves.


What is Orris Vein Center?

What Causes Vein Disease?

Radiofrequency Ablation

How Varithena Works

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Vickery Village
5830 Bond Street,
Suite 200B
Cumming, Ga 30040
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