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Snowberry Lane Clinic is one of the UK’s leading Cosmetic Clinics for Radiofrequency Surgery. We aim to provide an unrivalled level of care for patients who wish to use this treatment path to help deal with a wide number of issues. In this week’s blog post we’ll describe where we think this treatment can work best.

Treatment comes in the form of a high frequency radio waves passed along a very thin wire. This wave of energy can be used to remove moles and skin lesions by cutting the skin gently whilst closing the blood vessels as it works. As the treatment seals the skin as it works this promotes faster healing times, and in most cases, mitigates the need for stitches.

Radiosurgery is a quick and relatively pain free procedure, as the area to be treated is numbed with anaesthetic prior to treatment. Patients often give positive feedback because the lack of scarring makes it appropriate for use in many areas. For individuals with moles and lesions on visible areas like the forehead, cheeks and neck, Radiosurgery is the ideal treatment.

For more information or to make an appointment, please give us a call on 01225 700072 or e-mail us at: enquiries@snowberrylane.co.uk

Mole & Cyst Removal

Moles and cysts are extremely common and often harmless, so unless they are causing irritation or cause for worry they can be left alone.

However, there are many reasons why people may be interested in getting some information about mole or cyst removal. For some the reason may be cosmetic and if you have an issue that is affecting your confidence that can be dealt with in a quick and safe manner, it makes perfect sense to give serious thought to that solution. Other reasons to consider a removal can include raised moles or cysts making tasks like shaving more difficult or they can become uncomfortable if they catch on clothing.

The most significant reason that people are interested in getting moles removed is the slight chance of the mole developing into Melanoma, a dangerous and aggressive form of skin cancer. Looking out for any changes in the size or colouration of the mole are important because the earlier you catch it the better chance you will have of having it dealt with. There are ways of preventing cancerous moles developing the main one being protecting yourself from the sun. Covering up and wearing high factor sun screen protection can help cut the risks of skin cancer so it’s important to consider this every single day, UV is still present even when it is cloudy outside.

Using state of the art Radio surgery techniques Snowberry Lane Clinic can offer an efficient, safe and relatively painless procedure to remove these lesions and produce great results. Whether it is for cosmetic reasons or for convenience it is an option that can be discussed with our experts. If it is for a more concerning reason you can be assured that our experts will be able to offer you assistance and advice to make sure you get the treatment and information that is required.

To read more about mole removal at Snowberry Lane Clinic click here.