Understanding Your Heart Valve Disease Treatment Options

Discover how Baylor Scott & White Health can help you find the experts you need to treat heart valve disease. Learn about your care options and the next steps on your journey to better.

Living Well with Heart Valve Disease 

Your heart valves (including the aortic valve, pulmonic valve, mitral valve and tricuspid valve) help support the direction of blood flow through your heart. Heart valve disease occurs when one or more of your heart’s four valves don’t work as they should. Every year, more than five million Americans are diagnosed with heart valve disease. If you or a loved one is living with heart valve disease, know that you have treatment options to help you live a full, healthy life.

By accessing our heart valve treatment guide, you’ll receive an overview of heart valve disease, including:

  • Types of heart valve problems (including aortic stenosis)
  • Leaky heart valve symptoms
  • Heart valve disease treatment options (including heart valve replacement, heart valve repair, TAVR and more)
  • Why choose Baylor Scott & White Health and more

Why Choose Baylor Scott & White Health

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For decades, Baylor Scott & White Health has delivered advanced, nationally recognized cardiovascular care right here in Texas, pioneering many breakthrough techniques that have revolutionized cardiac care. Our team of cardiologists, surgeons, interventional radiologists, interventional cardiologists, radiologists, electrophysiologists and other healthcare professionals work together to provide you quality care for a range of heart and vascular conditions.

Baylor Scott & White Heart & Vascular Hospital with locations in Dallas and Fort Worth, and Baylor Scott & White The Heart Hospital with locations in Plano, Denton and McKinney are hospitals dedicated to and specialize in heart care. In addition, cardiac services are provided at 16 community hospitals and over 100 outpatient clinics in North and Central Texas.

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