Radio Mole Removal

Are you looking for a way to remove a mole that keeps you from looking flawless and stunning?  Are all those people noticing that dark pigmented section of your skin instead of those gorgeous eyes and radiant smile?  Maybe it is time for you to consider removing that mole.  There are many ways to remove a mole.  You may resort to using mole removal creams.  Perhaps surgery would work well for you?  How about using laser to remove those unsightly skin pigments?  How about radio mole removal?

Radio mole removal, or radio-surgical mole removal as it is more commonly called, is the latest method of removing moles.  Now, before you think about laser guns pointed on your miniscule skin spots, think again.  Radio mole removal is very safe and is conducted in a safe clinical setting.  Read more to learn about this state-of-the-art cosmetic technology.

Where is Radio Mole Removal Surgery Used?

Radio mole removal can be used to erase moles, scars, warts, and other forms of lesions that may develop on the skin.  Radio mole removal is a one-time session that could last for 15-20 minutes.  Because of its efficiency in removing lesions on the skin, it is preferred by most dermatologists and patients.  Patients who would like to remove a skin lesion on the face such as a mole would best benefit from using this method of mole removal.  Radio mole removal does not leave scars and is very fast to heal.

Procedure of Radio Mole Removal Surgery

Radio mole removal involves the use of high-frequency radio waves that are directed to the mole or lesion that needs to be erased.  Because of the high frequency waves, liquid in cells evaporate.  Since cells are mostly made of liquid, it follows that application of high-frequency radio waves would cause the cells to vanish.  Because no blood vessels were damaged during the process, there is no damaged tissue and no scarring will form.  The treated area will appear sensitive for 2-4 weeks, but will look like normal skin after 6 weeks.  A local anaesthetic is usually used to make the procedure more convenient for the patient.

Are there Side-Effects to Radio Mole Removal Surgery?

There are many myths that surround the procedure of radio mole removal.  For one, it is believed to be unsafe for use on cancerous moles called melanoma.  It is also believed to have side effects that lead to cancer because high-frequency radio waves are used.  However, radiosurgery for melanoma is perfectly safe and there is no scientific evidence that radio waves can cause cancer.  Infection is also highly unlikely because there is no open wound where bacteria can enter the body to start an infection.

Treatment Cost

Because radiosurgery to remove moles is quite new, expect that the treatment cost is more expensive compared to traditional means of mole removal.  Added to that is the promise that no scarring can be traced after mole radiosurgery.  On average, a person should prepare around £500-1000 for the treatment and for the creams he/she needs to use during aftercare.  The good news is the NHS in the UK does cover this treatment, so ask your doctor if he can help before going private.

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