Removing warts have become more effective and painless with the advent of technology.
Radiofrequency warts removal with this tool is the best option for evenness of skin texture, offering the doctor better control over the depth of removal and to reduce scarring.
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Effective to Remove Raised Warts
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Can remove all the lesions in a ONE SESSION
Genital warts are caused human papillomavirus strains (HPV). One of the causes of soft growths on the genitals are known as genital warts. They can cause irritation, itching, and pain. Both men and women can get genital warts, and they can happen at any age.
These flesh-coloured or grey growths can be found in the genital area and anal region.
What To Expect From Radiosurgery LASER Removal
Compared to old conventional scissors and scalpel method
What Are The Advantages Using RF LASER?
Since NO needle is required for anaesthesia (using our special anaesthetic cream)
The RF LASER is so effective that produce very minimal bleeding. Thus suitable for those with bleeding tendencies.
All the warts typically can be removed in a SINGLE SESSION as compared using cryotherapy or acid cream / podophyllin.
No risk of infection or other common complications thus ensures fast recovery
Local strong anesthetic cream applied on the site
The area is then clean using antiseptic solutions
The warts are desiccated with radiosurgery which uses special tips powered by electricity to damage the warts.
This procedure utilises the Radiosurgery electrode loop to gently shave the mole away (layer by layer) from the surface of the skin. Skin is cauterised at the same time as the device gently shaves the warts.
Can HPV Warts Be Prevented?
The FDA had approved HPV vaccines such as Gardasil and Gardasil 9. HPV vaccines can protect men and women from the most common HPV strains that cause genital warts, as well as HPV strains related to cancer.
Gardasil 9 protects against a total of 9 viral types (hence the name). The HPV vaccine can be given to patients as young as nine years old. For adult, GARDASIL 9 should be administered 3-dose schedule, at 0, 2 months, and 6 months.