Radiofrequency Wart Removal


Warts are a tiny dot like or bigger growths commonly found on the neck and armpits. They cause annoyance and people often get them removed. Radiofrequency technique is used for removal of warts and moles especially when they are very superficial and numerous in number. The procedure is done after numbing the skin with a local anaesthetic cream. Warts can be removed scarlessly by burning with Ellman Radiofrequency. Moles on face and body that are not too deep can also be surgically removed by Ellman Radiofrequency. The healing time depends on the depth of the mole and may take up to one week. In the case of warts, since they are very superficial, the healing time is less than two days. For deeper moles, plastic surgery is better than radiofrequency to get the mole completely out