Mole Treatment is usually performed by means of radiocautery devices. This method is a form of treatment in which radio waves transform into heat energy on skin lesions known as moles or nevi. This heat energy disrupts the structure of the mole and makes it disappear over time. Radiocautery devices produce radio waves, especially at high frequencies, and concentrate these waves on the targeted mole.
During the treatment, the mole or nevus on the skin is exposed to high temperature under the influence of radio waves. This temperature disrupts the cell structure of the mole and causes the mole to disappear or significantly reduce its appearance after treatment. The treatment is usually of short duration and is performed under local anaesthesia, which makes the treatment virtually painless.
Mole treatment with radiocautery is a minimally invasive method and minimises scar formation. However, before starting treatment, the mole should be evaluated by a dermatologist or skin specialist to ensure that it is benign. It is important that a malignant (malignant) mole should not be treated with this method. In other words, it is not appropriate to start this type of treatment without a definitive diagnosis about the nature of the mole.