Radiosurgery is a safe and stress-free way to remove benign skin lesions. Radio waves replace a scalpel to make a bloodless, micro-smooth incision. Instead of pressure or cutting, with radiosurgery, high-frequency sound does the job using a programmable wand-like instrument.
With radiosurgery, you have virtually no risk of scarring because it causes minimal damage to the surrounding skin. Because you don't have any bleeding or pain, radiosurgery is especially useful for treating the face. For many patients, the injection of a small amount of anesthetic is the only discomfort they feel.
Moles, skin tags, warts, and other raised lesions, as well as sun spots and facial veins can all be treated with radiosurgery. After the procedure, all that remains of the original lesion is a raw, smooth, but non-bleeding area. A scab forms, and within two weeks the scab is replaced with a fresh layer of healthy skin that is the same color as the surrounding tissue.
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