One of the best ways is through a process called sclerotherapy. This is a non-invasive treatment that involves injecting a dissolving fluid into the veins to make their coloring less noticeable.
In comparison to other procedures, the downtime associated with sclerotherapy is very minimal. People are encouraged to get up and walk around the day after their procedure to promote circulation and healing. Although you need to wear compression stockings and avoid strenuous exercise for two weeks after the procedure, you can resume your daily activities immediately.
In most cases, your insurance won’t reimburse for the cost of sclerotherapy. But they may offer partial coverage if your veins cause uncomfortable symptoms such as pain, itching, or throbbing.
Sclerotherapy will be effective for most mild to moderate cases of varicose veins. However, people with severe vein bulges will require surgery to strip the veins and offer more lasting results.