Radio Frequency Cauterization
Moles, Skin Tags etc. on visible areas of the skin are often found to be socially not very acceptable. In addition in some cases like Warts there is a infection which can spread to other people also. Also in some cases a benign mole or skin tag can lead to further complications.
Radio Frequency Cauterization is a procedure which involves controlled burning of the tissue using a high frequency low intensity electrical current. Since the electrical current used in fact of a very low intensity, the procedure is absolutely safe. The high frequency ensures a very smooth removal while leaving behind negligible or no marks.
The procedure involves cleaning and preparation of the area to be treated, followed by application of a numbing cream. Then the area is exposed to the RF probe, causing a slight burning of the tissue. The procedure is practically painless. Post procedure the patient is typically advised topical antibiotic creams and asked to avoid sun exposure.
Results to Expect:
The skin tags, warts etc. are removed and only minor red bumps may be left behind which may turn into scabs. These scabs also disappear in a few days’ time, leaving behind a blemish free skin.
Frequency of Treatment:
The recurrence of above conditions may vary based on reasons ranging from genetic constitution to infections. The procedure is normally a one-time procedure, but may need to be repeated in case of recurrence of condition.
- Seborrheic Keratosis
- Skin Tags
- Stucco Keratosis
Moles, Skin Tags etc.