Electrocoagulation

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Electrocoagulation

The electrocoagulation technique uses high-frequency electric current. A special electrode is selectively introduced to small blood vessels in the skin, causing the proteins to coagulate, closing up and tightening the vessel. Frequency of the current used depends on vessel density.

This technique helps remove dilated blood vessels, warts and fibromas. For smaller vessels 1-2 sessions are sufficient, for larger vessels, or networks of dilated vessels, an individually-planned treatment schedule is offered. The effects of blood vessel closing are immediately visible, but it takes 1-2 weeks for the small wound resulting from the procedure to fully heal. The skin is usually reddened after treatment. Electrocoagulation can be performed at any time of the year. It is among the most effective methods for blood vessel closing.

Contraindications

  • Pregnancy
  • Presence of metallic foreign bodies (e.g. implants)
  • Neoplastic disease, including time after treatment
  • Epilepsy
  • Infectious disease
  • Acne or rosacea
  • Bacterial, viral or fungal skin disease
  • Tendency to form keloids
  • Cardiovascular disease, pacemakers
  • Age below 16
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For 3 weeks before treatment, you should avoid

  • Enzymatic peeling
  • Chemical peeling
  • Mechanical peeling
  • Cavitation peeling
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Acid treatments
  • Tanning – both sunbathing and tanning bed
  • Surgery

Contact

Revision

+48 12 422 57 57

gabinet@revision.com.pl

ul. Szlak 50/106, Kraków