Radiofrequency surgical device that allows us to remove benign, superficial skin tags and lesions.
Radio Frequency Excision
Indications: Raised moles and skin tags
Downtime: No real down time, scab for 5 days
Anesthetic Needs: Local anesthetic only
Typical Package: Single treatment
We now have the Ellman Surgitron®, a radiofrequency surgical device that allows us to remove benign, superficial skin tags and lesions, such as a large mole.
- Virtually no risk of scarring
- Minimal damage to surrounding skin
- No bleeding
- Rejuvenate your neck, chest and hands
- Minimal pain
A small amount of anaesthetic is administered by a small needle just below the lesion and the Ellman Surgitron® excision takes place. The lesion is removed, revealing a raw, non-bleeding surface that is no bigger than the original surface area of the lesion. Areas that can be treated include the face, arm pits, breasts, neck, and hands.