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Modern, Effective Vascular Diagnosis and Treatment

Find out how to treat vascular and vein disease to improve overall health and quality of life.

Spider Veins, Varicose Veins

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Enjoy wearing shorts again with varicose vein or spider vein treatment from Atlanta Vascular & Vein Centers located in Lawrenceville, GA. Most people begin to notice that they have spider and varicose veins when they enter their 30’s and 40’s. Learn more+

Blood Clots

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Blood clots can occur in any vein or artery in the body and often go undetected until a blockage causes pain or discomfort. A blood clot can partially or completely block the flow of blood causing potentially significant consequences. Learn more+

Vascular Disease

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Vascular disease includes aneurysms, peripheral artery disease, stroke, renal failure, venous disease, and more. Dr. Amish Tilara is a Board Certified Vascular and Interventional Radiologist with the expertise to provide personalized treatment for all types of vascular and vein conditions. Learn more+

Women’s Health

Uterine Fibroids in women, Atlanta

As many as 3 out of 4 women will be diagnosed with uterine fibroids at some point during their lives with pain and discomfort bad enough to become disruptive. Symptoms can range from severe cramping and heavy periods to infertility or the possibility of miscarriage. Learn more+

Welcome to Atlanta Vascular & Vein Center

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Dr. Amish Tilara welcomes you to Atlanta Vascular & Vein Center. He and his staff want you to know that they are totally committed to providing you with an exceptional patient care experience. Part of what distinguishes Atlanta Vascular & Vein Center is their dedication to offering the most advanced treatments available and customizing these to meet each patient’s goals.

Dr. Tilara is the Medical Director of Atlanta Vascular & Vein Center, serving Lawrenceville, Dacula, Auburn, Grayson, Duluth, Suwanee and other Atlanta metro areas. Dr. Amish Tilara is a Board Certified Vascular and Interventional Radiologist specializing in vascular interventional radiology that uses minimally invasive image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat diseases in nearly every organ system. To read more about Dr. Amish Tilara+

Treatment for Uterine Fibroids


Uterine fibroids are noncancerous tumors that grow within the muscle of the uterus. They are especially common in women of childbearing age. Fibroids can cause heavy periods, bleeding between periods, and pain during intercourse.

Dr. Amish Tilara is one of the few surgeons in the Atlanta area who specializes and performs fibroid embolization. This nonsurgical procedure reduces the size of fibroids, stops their growth in the uterine wall, and provides relief from painful symptoms and bleeding. To learn more about uterine fibroids+

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

Heart blood health with red cells flowing through three dimensional veins from the human circulatory system representing a medical health care symbol of cardiology and cardiovascular fitness.For people with vascular problems, such as peripheral arterial disease (PAD), simple activities like walking to the mailbox can be challenging and painful. When a patient develops PAD, the extremities (thighs or calves), do not receive enough blood flow to keep up with circulation demands causing the legs to ache and become tender. There are several treatment options available to manage symptoms so that patients can resume physical activities and stop the progression to avoid a heart attack or stroke. Learn more+

Vascular Approaches to Infertility

fertility coupleIt is understandable that couples who wish to start a family become frustrated when pregnancy does not or cannot occur due to infertility. Men who have a condition known as varicoceles often have a low sperm count or are infertile. A varicocele is an enlargement of the veins within the scrotum, the bag of skin that holds the testicles, and is generally found during a routine physical examination.  Learn more+

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Atlanta Vascular and Vein Center is the 2016 winner of the Gwinnett Magazine “Best Vein Center”.

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Patient Testimonials

  • Dr. Tilara is the BEST! He always spends time listening to me to understand my medical problems. He has so much knowledge and expertise that I always feel comfortable in his care. I wish all doctors were as compassionate as Dr. Tilara.

    – P. Clark, 2015

  • I can not begin to thank Dr. Tilara for all of his help in getting me through one of the hardest times of my life. He is a true professional that always took time to explain and help me understand what was going on. Dr. Tilara always made me feel important and empowered in my medical care.

    – Charles T., 2015

  • I came to Dr. Tilara with heavy bleeding from my uterine fibroids that really was limiting my life. He helped me understand what was happening with my body and was always there whenever I had any questions. Although I was nervous about the procedure, Dr. Tilara made me feel so comfortable and the procedure itself was over before I knew it with great results! I had no pain during the procedure and a fast recovery! I no longer have heavy bleeding and could not be happier about my treatment!

    – S. Thompson, 2015

  • Dr. Tilara is the greatest! He was so thorough and caring throughout my entire time with him! He made me feel very confident that he would do more than was expected for my condition and he did just that! He is an excellent and expect in his field and I recommend him to everyone I come across!

    – P.K., 2015

  • Dr Tilara was very professional and thorough, I felt confident with his care and his staff was amazing! I would highly recommend him!

    – Sean S., 2015