Mole removal with radiofrequency treatment
Moles are common and completely unavoidable. However, sometimes they grow on objectionable areas on our body, which demands removal. Moles can affect our facial beauty as well. Moreover, moles on neck, armpits and other exposable body parts can also be a severe problem.
Radiofrequency is a kind of radiosurgery that uses radio waves for cutting tissues with alternating current of high frequency. This is completely different from the traditional electrosurgery process as well as other kinds of electrocauterization because it can coagulate the tissues while cutting without the application of external physical pressure. Dr. Navin Taneja who is an experienced and professional dermatologist states that radiofrequency surgical tool provides doctors with precision, excellent surgical control, and versatility.
What are the advantages of the radiofrequency mole removal technique?
- No bleeding
- Minimal pain after local anesthesia application
- Low scarring risk
- Minimal damage to the skin surrounding the treatment area
Which areas are treatable with Ellman radiofrequency?
Lesions that can be treated using this procedure include warts, benign growth, seborrheic keratosis and other growths on the skin surface.
- Chest/armpits/neck – These areas are quite often affected by mole growth, and Ellman radiofrequency technique is the best way to remove them without pain.
- Face – This mole removal technique is quite useful for spots and growth on the facial area because it leaves behind no marks. Moreover, the recovery time is quite short as compared to other procedures.
Post radio frequency treatment procedure
After the treatment is completed, patients should avoid exposure to UV sun rays. Moreover, thorough care should be taken of the treated area unless the skin color becomes similar to the rest of your skin. Application of heavy cosmetics should be completely avoided because it might lead to the prickling sensation. Generally, the after-treatment care is simple, few precautions are all that should be taken.
Patients are recommended to use the cream every day in the treated area as pescribed by the concerned doctor. In addition, an adhesive bandage is worn normally on the first day as well as during the night for the remaining days until completely recovered.