What can Radiowave surgery be used for?

Jeunesse MedSpa® | September 12, 2017 | no responses |

Radio wave surgery can be used to make skin incisions or to remove benign skin lesions such as naevi (moles, mole removal), warts, seborrhoeic keratosis (benign skin lesion), and skin tags.

The delicate technique is very useful as it allows the raised lesion to be gradually shaved down until it is level with the skin. Therefore, much less scarring is left than if the lesion were to be removed by incising through the skin with a scalpel. It is also still possible to send part of the lesion off for pathological diagnosis after radio wave surgery.

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