Radiosurgery also has known radiofrequency or radio-wave surgery is an ablative procedure where radiofrequency waves are directed to burn or cut the unwanted tissue. It can be used for the removal of outgrowths like skin tags, moles, seborrheic keratoses, viral growths like warts, molluscum contagiosum, retention cysts milia and other benign growths.  This is a procedure of cutting the tissue with high-frequency alternating current and by this method, we can simultaneously cut and coagulate tissue without using any kind of physical pressure. It is safe in all age groups and all body parts.

Pre and Post-Procedure Instructions

  • Application of anesthetic cream on the area to be treated 30 to 45 minutes prior to the procedure.
  • The patient should not rub post-procedure.
  • The scabs should not be picked prematurely.
  • If the treatment area is face then steaming / facial / bleaching or other procedures should not be done till healing is complete.
  • The patient is advised to cover the treated area with a bandage when going outdoors if it is an exposed site.
  • Strenuous exercises and swimming to be avoided for a week.