Spots on your skin develop from a condition called skin lesions. Moles, warts, and skin tags are all common types of these growths. While none of these issues presents any health risk, they certainly don't look attractive. The symptoms of all these skin conditions are often similar, making it hard to distinguish between them. Here at AKJ Skin and Laser Centre, we permanently diagnose and eliminate these skin lesions using cutting-edge radio wave tech.
Radiosurgery employs cutting-edge diathermy tech to "trim" away lesions on the skin's surface until they blend in completely. The radiofrequency energy used in this technique does not harm the healthy tissue, so there is no scarring. The AKJ Skin and Laser Centre medical staff will examine the lesions first to see if they are okay to be removed. AKJ Skin and Laser Centre offers treatment options for the following skin lesions.
Radiosurgery is used to remove moles at AKJ Skin and Laser Centre. When moles stick out on your skin or have malignant potential, it is better to get them removed.
Removal of warts at AKJ Skin and Laser Centre is a simple procedure similar to mole removal. The infected tissue is eliminated via radio wave, and the spread of warts is stopped.
Skin Tag Removal
Tags of skin, which are completely harmless, can be seen almost anywhere on the body but are most prevalent on the arms, neck and face. The clinical signs of skin tags allow us to correctly diagnose and treat skin problems at AKJ Skin and Laser Centre.
Radiotherapy, also known as radiofrequency treatment, is a non-invasive procedure that causes minimal discomfort and has a rapid recovery time. This treatment can be used at low temperatures and effectively seal skin tissue. It also aids in post-treatment pain prevention because the nerve endings are completely sealed.
A feeling of pulling or tugging may be experienced as the lesion or mole is removed. You won't have to worry about discomfort or difficulty enduring the procedure because we'll be using local anaesthesia.
The treated areas may be slightly tender, red, swollen, and swollen for a few days after the procedure. It's normal for the treated area to feel tender for a while; if it does, we'll put a protective dressing on it. Because of tissue coagulation, the risk of bleeding during or after this treatment is low. And recovery time is decreased.
Wounds take 7-10 days to heal but typically only need to be dressed for the first two days. The effects are visible instantaneously.
A dot-like scar may result from radiofrequency skin surgery if the wart or lesion is too large and thick. A scar like this has the potential to become either hyper-pigmented, requiring additional treatment with ointment or cream or hypopigmented, lighter-than-normal spots.
Treatment for skin lesions can have long-lasting effects, though it may take multiple visits to the clinic to see the final results the patient desires.
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