The technology delivers a passage of high-frequency radiowaves into soft tissue for the purpose of making very fine and precise surgical incisions
It’s for minor surgery with no scalpel for the gentle removal of moles, warts and skin tags. A surgical hand piece is fitted to the system to effortlessly remove the unwanted lesion.
The results are excellent and consistent and there will be an immediate improvement in your appearance with little to no bruising or scarring.
So when you’re considering a surgical incision treatment… Be Sure it’s Cynosure!
Is the treatment painful?
RF surgery can be undertaken in the doctor’s office. A topical anaesthesia is often used and depending on the procedure, may sometimes only take a few minutes.
How does radio frequency surgery differ from traditional surgery?
RF uses radio waves instead of a scalpel, very fine, precise incisions can be made. Only the tissue cells adjacent to the treatment area are affected and are vaporised instead of being cut through with manual pressure, as with a scalpel. Scalpels and scissors crush tissue, whereas radio waves can coagulate blood vessels as they make fine cuts, resulting in minimal bleeding, bruising and swelling.
What can I expect after a radio frequency surgical incision treatment?
The results are excellent and consistent, with minimal bruising, swelling, scarring or other complications. It’s gentle and effective, recovery time is minimal.
How many treatments will I need?
One visit is needed for most procedures. however, some treatments may require several visits.
How do I know if I am a good candidate for radio frequency surgery?
If you have unsightly moles or raised lesions, facial vessels, drooping eyelids or unwanted bags under your eyes, you could be a potential candidate for RF surgery.