Electrocoagulation and Thermocoagulation
Electrocoagulation is a high-frequency treatment that reduces the appearance of blood vessels.
The device produces an electric current that heats up a filament, which cauterizes capillaries and skin lesions.
You may feel mild, temporary discomfort. A scab may form, but it will fall off after a few days without leaving a scar. In general, 1-3 sessions will be enough, although some cases may require more time.
Thermocoagulation New service
This cauterization technique is used to remove skin growths, skin tags, sebaceous hyperplasia, xanthelasma, and certain forms of keratosis.
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