Temporal vein injection sclerotherapy
Temporal veins can be injected with sclerosant solutions effectively and safely without concerns for stroke. If you are concerned about that risk, you can have microphlebectomy which is associated with temporary surgical bruising and is very effective.
Safe Treatment of Temporal Veins
Sclerotherapy for temporal can be done very safely but should be performed by someone with experience doing this. The temporal veins due drain into the brain sinuses but using foam sclerotherapy and proper compression techniques, they can be treated safely and with excellent cosmetic results. The veins do not connect to arteries and there is no risk of DVT and I have never heard of a stroke occurring following injection of temporal veins.