Marcy - Skin spots removal with radiosurgery

Is radiosurgery a good solution for the removal of skin pots, more exactly solar keratosis? How does the procedure actually work and what are the cosmetic results?

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Answer for Is radiosurgery recommended for skin spots removal? from Renew Skin Team
Renew Team

Yes, Renew Skin & Health Clinic recommends radiosurgery for age skin spots removal, namely the actinic keratosis or solar keratosis skin condition. These pigmentary skin conditions can become unaesthetic while changing shape, colour or size and appear in visible places.

Thus radiosurgery is highly efficient and safe as it is minimally invasive, painless and allows great accuracy in the skin spots removal, without damaging the surrounding tissues. The skin spots removal procedure is performed in a professional environment under close medical supervision, enabling you to achieve the optimal cosmetic results. Radiosurgery or radiofrequency therapy ensures reduced to no bleeding, fast healing, less infections (as the radiosurgery device cauterizes simultaneously while cutting) and minimal to no scarring.

Our specialists at Renew Skin & Health Clinic in Leamington Spa recommend radiosurgery for the removal of skin spots as it is a non-surgical procedure that revolutionizes surgery practice, reducing costs and improving results so you can once again enjoy a flawless skin without any unsightly pigmentation irregularities!

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