What are the Renew Clinic specialists’ insights on the radiosurgery treatment for wart removal? What are the advantages and what does the procedure consist in?
Radiosurgery represents two types of different non-surgical methods that most people often confuse. The first type, Radiosurgery which is also known as Stereotactic Radiotherapy is a medical procedure which is used for treating both benign and malignant conditions and vascular malformations. The other type of radiosurgery, which is also known as Radiofrequency or Radiowave surgery is used to treat all type of skin lesions, from shallow ones to those affecting deeper tissues. The latter is the one used for wart removal treatments.
Radiofrequency uses a high frequency alternate current in order to cut and instantly coagulate the tissue. The current uses low temperatures, thus the risk of skin burning is eliminated. The radiosurgery wart removal procedure is performed under a local anesthetic, so there is no discomfort during the procedure. Radiosurgery is fast, painless and effective; in 15-30 minute you can get rid of the warts on your body without any side-effects and minimal to no scarring whatsoever. The radiofrequency wart removal procedure is performed only following a specialized consultation, as there are some cases in which one cannot undergo the procedure. These cases include people who have undergone heart surgeries or have metal implants, as well as pregnant women, whom, although there is no proof that radiosurgery affects the baby, are advised to wait until after they have given birth. At Renew Skin and Health Clinic, the first consultation is free if you decide to go through with the procedure at our clinic. Despite all of these details, what you should keep in mind is the fact that this is a fast, painless, scarless procedure for wart removal for which there is no downtime required, so our patients in London can leave the clinic immediately after the treatment.
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