Radiofrequency ablation is the modern and most successful method of surgical removal of benign neoplasms. Our clinic uses radiosurgical equipment that allows you to remove formations of the skin and mucous membranes, carrying out an atraumatic incision and coagulating tissues using high-frequency waves without physical pressure and without suturing. The advantages of this innovative method also include quick healing, in most cases no scars and thermal damage, safety, since radio wave therapy excludes infection from entering the wound. For кadiofrequency ablation, local anesthesia is used. The radio wave incision is performed with a surgical electrode without heating the tissue. The tissue resists the penetration of high-frequency waves and, at the same time, emits heat, under the influence of which the cells in the path of the wave evaporate. The thinnest layer of altered skin is removed, while the surrounding healthy tissue is not damaged. Healing using the radiosurgical method is much faster than other methods of removing the neoplasm.
The equipment used in the TRICHOLOGY INSTITUTE clinic makes it possible to perform radiosurgical removal of any complexity, incisions of various configurations and a given depth, to remove skin and mucous membranes without suturing, to carry out the procedure for removing soft tissues without bleeding and purulent complications, with predominantly faster healing than after removal neoplasms in other ways.
The advantages of the method:
- Rapid tissue healing without rough scarring
- No stitches
- Reduced risk of wound infection in the postoperative period
- Taking quality material for histological examination
- High aesthetic effect
Indications for radiosurgery are:
- Viral warts
- Pigmented nevi (moles)
- Vascular spiders
- Seborrheic keratomas
- Exacerbation of herpesvirus and the presence of a bacterial infection
- Having a pacemaker
- Pregnancy and lactation
How is the procedure of Radiofrequency ablation neoplasms conducted?
The removal procedure is carried out exclusively after consulting a specialist with dermatoscopy and the patient's informed consent for removal. The site of localization of the neoplasm is processed with antiseptic solutions, then local anesthesia is performed. After achieving its effectiveness, the specialist performs radio wave removal of the neoplasm. The removal area is treated with antiseptics and, if necessary, is sealed with a plaster for several hours. Finally, the patient receives personalized care advice.
What does the patient need to know?
You mustn’t wet the wound during the first 3-7 days. A visit to the pool, sauna, bath, as well as exposure to ultraviolet radiation until the wound heals is not recommended. It is indicated to exclude trauma to the wound and adjacent skin before crust rejection, as this can impair the healing process. In the postoperative period, slight tissue edema is possible and in cases where the patient does not have any inflammatory processes in the body, healing will take place quickly and with a good cosmetic effect.