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Lamprobe Radio-frequency

Radio-frequency treatment offers an alternative to surgical removal of skin tags, moles, cholesterol deposits, milia, Xanthelasma's (yellow plaque deposits around the eye area) and other benign skin lesions.

Pricing:

Pricing: $45-$80 per lesion

Your questions answered

What is Lamprobe radiofrequency, and how does it work?

Lamprobe operates using a high radio frequency to conduct heat. The heat is channeled through a small metal treatment probe to effectively target fluids such as blood, sebum and cholesterol – making it a perfect alternative to surgical removal for any lumps, bumps or broken capillaries. No blood, no stitches, no scalpels!

What does treatment involve?

The radio frequency energy is conducted via the small metal treatment probe of the Lamprobe machine, which is tapped against the skin and produces heat. Essentially, this heat vapourises the liquid within the lesion, enabling it to be bloodlessly removed.

What can be treated with Lamprobe Radiofrequency?

  • Skin tags
  • Fibromas
  • Keratoses
  • Angiomas
  • Blocked pores
  • Xanthelasma (Yellow Cholesterol deposits around eyes)
  • Milia
  • Spider Naevi
  • Telangiecstasia (Broken Capillaries)
  • Moles
  • Cholesterol Deposits

Is treatment painful?

Treatments using the lamprobe usually only take a few seconds, and the feeling could be described as a very brief stinging sensation.

Is there any downtime?

The are that has been treated will be reddened immediately after treatment, and over a few days, a very fine scabbing will form over the removal site of the lesion. This will fall off, normally within the course of a week and that is the extent of the recovery required.

What are the advantages of Lamprobe radio-frequency over other methods of benign skin lesion removal?

  • Low risk of scarring
  • Minimal damage to surrounding skin
  • No bleeding
  • Minimal pain with the use of numbing cream or injected local Anaesthetic

How many treatments will I need?

For most lesions, only one treatment will be required to remove them. For severe capillaries two or more treatments may be recommended.

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