WHY CHOOSE RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL

WHY CHOOSE RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL?

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WHY CHOOSE RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL?

INTRODUCTION

Each day, we have the opportunity to enhance our looks by erasing an imperfection, such as a mole.

As Sandia Skin + Face, we’re here to help you achieve those types of goals.

WHAT ARE MOLES AND OTHER TYPES OF SKIN LESIONS?

Moles are skin pigment-producing cells that are the source of minor skin markings. Moles can be smooth or rough, elevated or flat, and some even have embedded hair. Although some moles are skin-colored or yellowish, the majority are dark brown or black. Hormonal fluctuations often cause moles to vary over time.

Most moles are benign and don’t require care. If you’re unhappy with how a mole looks or feels, you can have it removed. However, moles developing after the age of thirty could become an issue.

A form of skin cancer called melanoma could develop from some of these lesions. One of the cancers that is increasing the quickest in the US is melanoma. If detected early, it is frequently treatable. However, this illness can be fatal, especially if not seen promptly.

1. RAISED DERMAL MOLES

A raised Dermal Mole, aka intradermal naevus, intradermal mole, mole, melanocytic naevus, or intradermal cellular naevus, is a benign skin bump or patch that is primarily made up of melanocytes, or pigment cells.

Dermal moles are typically benign moles. They don’t progress to become skin malignancies. An elevated cutaneous mole may occasionally become dry or irritating, or it may be scraped or rubbed. Because of this, the mole may bleed, change color or consistency, or become uncomfortable.

2. SEBORRHOEIC KERATOSES

A common noncancerous (benign) skin growth is called a seborrheic keratosis (seb-o-REE-ik ker-uh-TOE-sis). As people age, they tend to get more of them.

Typically, seborrheic keratoses are pale tan, black, or brown. The lesions seem somewhat elevated and have a waxy or scaly appearance. They usually appear on the face, neck, chest, or your back, and develop gradually as we age.

3. FIBROUS PAPULES

A patch on the nose that people obtain in their early to mid-adult years is called a fibrous papule. The diameter of a fibrous papule can range from 1 to 5 mm.

Typically hard and shaped like a little dome, a fibrous papule can also occasionally protrude slightly, resembling a tiny wart or skin tag. A fibrous papule may be red or have skin color.

As people age, benign (non-cancerous) skin growths called fibrous papules develop. Typically, a person has one lesion, occasionally two. When viewed under a microscope, fibrous papules are made of blood vessels and collagen. They go by the medical term angiofibroma.

4. ANGIOMAS

A benign growth composed of tiny blood vessels is called an angioma. Anywhere on the body can be home to these tumors.

Cherry and spider angiomas are a couple of the several kinds. Most forms of angiomas have an unknown source. Cherry angiomas are caused by aging and are not associated with any known health risks.

5. SKIN TAGS

Skin tags, also known as acrochordons, are growths that protrude from your skin. They are composed of blood arteries encircled by skin and collagen, a type of protein, and range in size from 1 mm to 1 cm. They typically appear in the folds of skin where the skin rubs against one another, such as the neck, under the breasts, thighs, groin, armpits, and anus.

Skin tags are prevalent, particularly among older adults. They affect about one out of every two adults. Skin tags don’t hurt, but if one is irritating you, you can discuss having it removed with your doctor.

6. SEBACEOUS GLAND HYPERPLASIA

Sebaceous hyperplasia” refers to enlarged sebaceous glands that appear on middle-aged and older people’s cheeks or foreheads.

Small yellow lumps up to 3 mm in diameter are the outward manifestation of sebaceous hyperplasia. A close examination reveals yellowish lobules surrounding a primary hair follicle.

ABC’S OF MELANOMA

Melanoma Monday, the first Monday in May, has been set aside to promote self-examinations as a means of early diagnosis of skin cancer, particularly melanoma, and to increase public awareness of these conditions.

The American Academy of Dermatology states that one in five Americans may get skin cancer in their lifetime. Thus, it’s imperative to form healthy sun habits. Is the ABCDE Melanoma Rule familiar to you? It serves as a guide to assist you in identifying the types of moles on yourself and your loved ones.

  • Asymmetry: One half does not match the other.
  • Border: Irregularly defined border.
  • Color: Noticeable variation in color; may have brown, tan, black or blue combinations
  • Diameter: Melanomas are often larger than your typical pencil eraser (5mm to 6mm)
  • Evolving: A mole or skin lesion changing in shape or color over several weeks or months.

The American Academy of Dermatology recommends the following as the best line of defense for everyone, especially for pediatric cancer survivors:

  • When possible, seek out shelter. Keep in mind that the sun’s rays are at their greatest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • When feasible, don protective gear such as slacks, a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, and a long-sleeved shirt.
  • Liberally apply a broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen on all exposed skin with an SPF of 30 or higher. Even on overcast days, reapply roughly every two hours, especially after swimming or perspiring.
  • Because water, snow, and sand reflect UV radiation from the sun and raise your risk of skin cancer, exercise extra caution when in their vicinity.
  • Safely obtain vitamin D by eating a balanced diet that may include supplements. Avoid looking for the sun.

WHAT IS RADIOFREQUENCY (OR RADIO WAVE) FOR MOLE REMOVAL?

The use of high-frequency radio waves to cut, coagulate, or kill tissue is known as radiofrequency surgery. Raised moles and other skin abnormalities can be removed effectively and with little scarring.

A straightforward process called “radiofrequency for mole removal” uses radiofrequency (radio waves) to remove skin tags, birthmarks, and moles.

Instead of cutting, radio wave employs high frequency and vaporization. A scalpel or laser are used in other mole removal techniques.

As a result, there are few to no scars after the mole is removed with radiation. Radiofrequency Mole Removal produces quick, painless, and scarless outcomes.

RESULTS OF RADIOFREQUENCY MOLE REMOVAL (BEFORE AND AFTER PICS)

THE ELLMAN RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL PROCEDURE

Many unsightly growths can be eradicated with the use of radio-wave technology, leaving skin that is smoother and more appealing. Radiosurgery shaves the mole, papilloma, or any other lesion away until it is smooth with the skin surface using the most recent advancements in diathermy technology, the Ellman Surgitron.

What advantages can radiosurgery offer?

  • Quicker Recovery
  • Little to No Scarring
  • Eliminates Trauma, Pain, Swelling, and Infection Following the Procedure
  • The Best Method for Removing Genital Lesions and External Moles

HOW THE ELLMAN RF DEVICE AND SANDIA SKIN + FACE EXPERTISE DELIVERS A SCARLESS OR NEAR-SCARLESS RESULTS

Many unsightly growths can be eradicated with the use of radio-wave technology, leaving skin that is smoother and more appealing. Radiosurgery shaves the mole, papilloma, or any other lesion away until it is smooth with the skin surface using the most recent advancements in diathermy technology, the Ellman Surgitron.

A new, healthy layer of skin appears 7 to 10 days after the scab forms, and it eventually becomes the same color as the surrounding skin.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL PRECARE

The first step is to get Dermatologist Clearance that the mole is benign.

It’s not necessary to drastically alter your way of life to get ready for mole removal. Everything will be handled by us on your behalf. The area to be treated will first be cleaned. This helps to ensure that after your mole is removed, you won’t get an infection. 

Your medical professional will then apply a topical anesthetic to the treatment site to numb it. This ensures that you won’t experience any pain or discomfort during the therapy or right away after.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL AFTERCARE

Radiofrequency mole removal aftercare is simple. We want you to use Bacitracin Ointment plus a Band aid for 1-week.

Before usage, wash your hands. Dry and clean the impacted area. After that, thinly apply a tiny quantity of medication—no more than what would fit on the tip of your finger—one to three times a day.

Before using the spray form, give the bottle a good shake. Now apply a sterile band aid to cover the area. After using, wash your hands.

We also want you to use an aggressive sun protection product for 8-weeks. A product bearing the SPF designation blocks and absorbs UVB rays, the primary cause of skin cancer and sunburn.

Use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30, which filters 97% of the sun’s UVB rays, is advised. With an SPF of 100, you can block off 99 percent of UVB radiation.

RADIOFREQUENCY MOLE REMOVAL FAQ

The skin and lesion will need to be examined to see if testing for abnormalities is necessary before deciding if a person is a good candidate for cosmetic mole removal.

A candidate for mole removal who wants to remove a benign, elevated mole from their face or body would be perfect. Warts, milia, and skin tags can all be eliminated.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL

With minimal discomfort, the Ellman Radiofrequency Mole Removal Technique dissolves the mole tissues without leaving scars or incisions.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL

To treat patients who are unhappy with moles, elevated lesions, skin tags, warts, and other skin surface imperfections, we use a straightforward Ellman Radiofrequency procedure.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL

Using an electrode with a particular shape, radio waves are administered to the skin using a device known as the Ellman Surgitron. The process being carried out determines the shape that is chosen. Cell water molecules vibrate in response to radio waves, producing heat and turning the water into steam.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL

The full impact of the treatment and the fading of the adverse effects can take a few days to become evident. Ellman mole, wart, and skin tag removal will result in lasting results with just one treatment required.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL

Ellman mole, wart, and skin tag removal normally will require a single treatment.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL

Radiofrequency mole removal aftercare only requires Bacitracin Ointment plus a Bandaid for one week and a 30 SPF or higher sun protection for eight weeks.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL

Radiofrequency treatment for moles carries some dangers and restrictions, just like any other medical practice. Remaining pigmentation, infection, keloid or hypertrophic scarring, insufficient removal, depression at the treated site, or a pale color at the site are a few of these.

RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL

CONCLUSION: WHY CHOOSE RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL?

You should now be on a firm footing with our WHY CHOOSE RADIOFREQUENCY FOR MOLE REMOVAL? article and be ready to make your appointment!

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