Electrosurgery

This is a treatment using a high-frequency alternating current, which allows you to obtain a temperature above 200°C at the tips of the electrode. This temperature causes vascular occlusion and destruction of pathological tissues. After the treatment a small scab is formed, which falls within several days. The use of electrocautery usually leaves no traces. Sometimes we can observe subtle blemishes, discoloration or small scars. In the case of major lesions, local anesthesia is required.

Contraindications: pregnancy, pacemaker

Indications:

  • soft fibroma
  • senile warts
  • hypertrophy of the sebaceous glands
  • viral warts (selected cases)
  • actinic keratosis
  • selected cases of Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC)

Pricing:

Electrocoagulation (e.g. soft fibromas, senile warts)
from PLN 200
multiple lesions: price discussed individually