Skin imperfections removal

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Electrocoagulation will recover your natural beauty again.

Electrocoagulation Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What is Electrocoagulation?

    Electrocoagulation is known also as electrolysis, thermolysis or diathermy (means “electrically induced heat”).

    Electrocoagulation is a technique used for minor skin blemishes, outlined below, that uses the same probe as used for electrolysis to coagulate blood and diffuse blemish. Quantity and length of treatments is determined at a consultation. Proper before and after care is imperative due to the sensitive nature of the skin.
    A needle is used to transmit current to tissues. Molecules within the tissue are caused to vibrate which lead to a rapid increase of the temperature, causing coagulation of the proteins/blood vessels/broken capillaries within the tissue (which literally cooks the veins or the vessels from inside out) and cause them to dissolve and disappear. In other words, the blood vessel absorbs the current and becomes heated and closes up. It is then gradually absorbed by the body and proceeds to fade away.
    Same as for moles and skin tags the current causes cauterization to its root effectively killing and destroying the abnormal growth without damaging the surrounding tissues. In other words, it stops the blood supplies from flowing to specific area.

  • What types of skin lesions can be removed by electrocoagulator?
    • broken capillaries (rosacea, also known as: telangiectasia, vein eraser, ankle vein)
    • red veins (also known as: thread veins, hemangiomas)
    • cherry angiomas (also known as: ruby points, senile angiomas, Campbell de Morgan spots, blood spots) spider angiomas (also known as: nevus araneus, spider veins, spider nevus, spider naevi, vascular spider,spider telangiectasia)
    • milia (also known as: milk spots, oil seed, white heads)
    • cholesterol deposits (also known as: fatty deposits, xantoma or xanthelasma)
    • sebaceous hyperplasia
    • age spots (also known as: liver spots, solar lentigo, lentigo senilis, senile freckle)
    • sebaceous cysts
    • moles (also known as: nevocytic negus, melanocytic negus, congenital nevi)
    • skin tags (also known as: acrochordon (plural acrochorda), cutaneous, fibroepithelial polyp, fibromas, fibroid tumors, fibroids, pendunculated papillomas)
    • warts (also known as: verruca vulgaris, verruca plana venereal wart (on genitalia), condyloma acuminatum, verruca acuminata)
    • seborrhoeic warts (also knowns as: seborrheic verruca, seborrhoeic keratosis, basal cell papilloma, senile keratosis, senile wart)
  • What are the most popular areas for treatment?
    • for women: chin, jawline, upper lip, throat, sides of face, eyebrows, chest, abdomen, breasts, bikini lines, underarms, hairline, fingers and toes, legs and arms.
    • for men: back (including shoulders and torso), ears, brows, cheeks to clean up beard line, neckline (front), beard, neckline (back) groin, hands.