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Radiowave removal is a simple procedure using radiofrequency to remove moles, birthmarks, warts,  skin tags, lipoma, sebaceous cyst, and ganglion cyst. Radiowave uses high frequency and vaporisation rather than cutting.  The technique uses, leaves fast, pain-free, less scar and effective results. 

Effective Removal by Our Experience Physician

  • Effective to Remove Raised Genital Warts, Moles,Skin Tags and others

  • Quick and Convenient, No Down Time

  • Painless and bloodless

  • Less Scar

  • Can remove all the lesions in a SINGLE SESSION
     

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Radiowave mole removal works through using a very fine loop of platinum wire, which is as thin as your hair. The wire is used to brush the mole thereby vaporising the mole, warts or the skin tag. As the fine platinum loop is waved with radiofrequency, it removes the pigments but also coagulates all the blood vessels. Therefore, there’s no bleeding during the procedure. There is no heat involved meaning there is minimal scarring.

Compared to old conventional scissors and scalpel method

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The main benefit of radio wave procedure is that it’s safe, pain-free, and the healing is pretty swift. As I only remove the pigmented tissue and avoid the dermis (the second layer of the skin), the great advantage again means that scarring is miniscule. Another benefit of radiowave is that because we are removing just the epidermis (the top layer) we can send the sample off to histopathology. Thus, if there was any doubt during examination that the lesion (warts,mole skin tag etc) was cancerous, it would be sent to the laboratory to rule out skin cancer with a biopsy.

What are the benefits of the procedure?

How It Is Done?

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Radiowave mole removal
Radiowave mole removal
  • The area is then clean using antiseptic solutions

  • Local anaesthetic cream applied on the site

  • The lesions are desiccated with radiosurgery which uses special tips powered by electricity to remove the lesion

  • We may take a sample of abnormal tissue, known as a biopsy. A biopsy can be used to determine if the lesion is benign in origin or something more serious such as cancer/tumour/malignancy by sending the sample to the lab for further examination by a Pathologist.

  • The area will then cleaned and antibiotic ointment will be applied 

  • The wound will be closed for 1-2 days to prevent infections.

Results

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Radiowave mole removal
Radiowave mole removal
Radiowave mole removal
Radiowave mole removal
Radiowave mole removal
Radiowave mole removal
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How Long Does Radiowave Removal Usually Take?

The actual removal is very quick. It takes less than five minutes to remove a lesion (depending on the number and size of the lesions). Before removing any lesion, our doctor will take a full medical history and explain the procedure to the patient. After the consultation with the patient, our doctor will examine the lesion just to make sure that it is non-sinister. Once the lesion has been classified, we can advise either to send the lesion for histopathological.

Sometimes, a mole does not look nice and therefore the patient might decide for aesthetic reasons to remove it like seborrheic keratosis which is a benign mole and can be left but the patient may decide to have it removed through Radiowave mole removal for aesthetic reasons.

What Are The Risks?

There are no risks involved with the procedure but patients who have cardiac pacemakers cannot use it because cardiac pacemakers also use radio wave which will interfere with it. Before the procedure, the doctors will anaesthetised the area so that no pain is felt during the procedure. Immediately after removing the lesions, the skin will be flat and pink and healthy-looking. There will be a scab which will form and the scab will fall off within five to ten days.

After that, the skin will gradually come back to its normal colour, leaving minimal scar or no scar at all. Before leaving the clinic, the patient will be given creams to be applies applied and plaster. Therefore, they can go about their normal activities straight away.

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Radiowave mole removal

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