As of 2015, the removal of varicose veins costs $1,500 to $3,000, according to MedicineNet. The cost covers the hospital fee, and an insurance company may pay for it partially if the varicose veins cause pain.Continue Reading
Varicose veins are damaged veins, usually visible under the skin, explains MedlinePlus. The damage occurs as a result of blood build-up in the veins due to the absence of valves. Although the valves may be present, they may cause blood build-up in the veins when they sustain damage.
Doctors remove damaged veins through a surgical procedure known as vein stripping, which alleviates pain and restores good appearance to the legs, states MedlinePlus. However, the removal may result in nerve injury, scars or future recurrence of varicose veins.Learn more about Conditions & Diseases