MOLE REMOVAL MELBOURNE
ABOUT RADIOFREQUENCY MOLE REMOVAL SURGERY
Radiofrequency (RF) surgery is a procedure used for the removal of moles and small skin growths.
High frequency Radiowaves are channelled through an electrode tip to cut away the mole, or used
to shave down moles or skin lumps with very little to no scarring.
Radiowaves are found in bands much like your FM or AM radio station, but these versions can be
used to perform skin surgery and remove moles. Radiowaves, when used on skin, are high-frequency
wavelengths that result in very little heat. The best wavelength for mole removal surgery is 4.0
megahertz (MHz). This wavelength is able to cut the skin while also sealing blood vessels to prevent
bleeding. Surrounding tissue is unaffected.
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