What is a Renew Clinic specialist’s opinion on the advantages or disadvantages of the radiosurgery procedure in wart removal?
Warts are a common, contagious skin growth which is caused by the Human Papilloma Virus. Radiosurgery is used for all types of skin lesions due to the fact that it uses a high frequency and low temperature alternate current to cut the tissue. The main advantage of radiosurgery is that it cuts and coagulates the tissue simultaneously, without any pressure being applied. Another main advantage is given by the fact that is an office procedure, being fast, painless and effective.
At Renew Skin and Health Clinic, our specialists perform the radiosurgery wart removal procedure under a local anesthetic, thus our patients from London will not feel any discomfort. Also, due to the high frequency current that this procedure uses, there will be no bleeding and no stitches required after the removal. Moreover, there is minimal to no scarring whatsoever. Similar to mole removal, the radiosurgery wart removal treatment is not only an aesthetic procedure, but also a medical one, due to the fact that warts are contagious, and they may even cause pain and discomfort at certain times.
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