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Treating the Dallas and Fort Worth Areas

Peripheral Arterial Disease

Precision Vascular is your premier center for vein and artery disease treatment. With multiple convenient locations, our expert doctors and medical staff members offer cutting-edge vein, artery, and vascular treatments to residents of Dallas, Fort Worth, Denison-Sherman, and the neighboring communities in Northeast Texas. We are proud to offer treatments for a variety of conditions associated with a wide range of vein diseases.

Venous Disease in South Texas Area
Peripheral Arterial Disease in Dallas

What is Peripheral Arterial Disease?

Peripheral arterial disease is a condition in which plaque buildup on the walls of blood vessels causes them to narrow, contributing to a variety of uncomfortable symptoms including sores and ulcers that won’t heal on their own, burning sensations in the feet, and numbness in the extremities. If left untreated, severe peripheral arterial disease may lead to critical limb ischemia, a condition in which blood flow drastically decreases to areas of the lower body and threatens possible amputation. Peripheral arterial disease is also commonly linked to diabetic vascular disease, a condition in which untreated diabetic symptoms can lead to hardening of the arteries.


Changes in the skin, including decreased skin temperature, or thin, brittle, shiny skin on the legs and feet. Also hair loss, wounds that won't heal. Some patients see reddish-blue discoloration of the extremities and thickened, opaque toenails.


Age (especially older than 50)
Heart disease history
Male and women that are postmenopausal
Family history of high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or peripheral vascular disease


Coronary artery disease
High cholesterol or
high blood pressure
Overweight and physical inactivity
Smoking or use of tobacco products

What Causes Peripheral Arterial Disease?

While the cause of peripheral arterial disease tends to be the narrowing of blood vessels and disruption of blood flow, common risk factors that contribute to the onset of this condition include diabetes, obesity, a mostly sedentary lifestyle, and high cholesterol. All of these factors may contribute to declining arterial health and can result in a severe artery condition.

What Treatments for Peripheral Arterial Disease are Available?

At Precision Vascular, we are happy to offer the following treatments for peripheral arterial disease:

How Much Does Treatment for Peripheral Arterial Disease Cost?

The cost of your peripheral arterial disease treatment will vary depending on the type of treatment you receive, the extent of treatment needed to achieve your desired results, and your health insurance coverage. To get a better idea of how much your peripheral arterial disease treatment will cost, we encourage you to come in for a private consultation with one of our doctors.

The expert doctors and highly-skilled team members at Precision Vascular are proud to offer surgical and non-surgical treatments for vein and artery diseases. We are proud to offer treatment to patients in Dallas, Fort Worth, Denison-Sherman, and the neighboring communities in Northeast Texas. Contact us to schedule your private consultation with one of our medical professionals today.