Electrocoagulation

Electrocoagulation is a treatment which allows for noninvasive and totally safe elimination of dilated blood vessels, warts, cysts, milia, fibromas. We also use this method in the case of hypertrichosis on a small part of body, it is suitable for removing single grey and thick, deeply located hair which cannot be permanently removed with other methods (lasers, ILP). Each hair is removed separately and along with hair follicle.
Dilated blood vessels are the problem for many people. They can be caused by external factors (frost, wind, sudden temperature change, wrong care, sun, physical effort, hot spices, stress, alcohol and stimulants) and internal factors (disrupted endocrine system, genetic predispositions) The first symptom is erythema which disappears after some time. However, in time these changes are established and permanent blood vessel dilation so called teleangiectasia occurs. They are in the form of small red lines on the face.
Electrocoagulation treatment leads to a permanent destruction of walls of blood vessels which are absorbed by circulatory and lymphatic systems and then removed from the body.
The treatment is performed with the use of an electrode or needle of a different size. Current emitted by them causes protein coagulation in the tissues which is reflected in a remedial effect. The treatment time depends on size of changes – it takes from several to several dozen minutes. The treatment is not painful but if there are bigger changes, local anesthesia can be used.

A beautician who performs the treatment does not do any harm to the body; with a needle she touches places where the vessel is open, the vessel closes itself and seals.
Indications to electrocoagulation
• Closing dilated blood vessels
• Removing warts, cysts, atheromas, milia, fibromas.
• Reducing hyperthrichosis
Just after the treatment swelling, erythema, sclerosis, bruishing may occur.
Scabs which may occur after the treatment heal up in few days.
Contraindications:
• Pregnancy
• Infectious diseases
• Acne vulgaris or rosacea
• Bacterial, viral and fungal skin infections
• Menstruation
• Tendency to forming a keloid (overgrown scars)
• Heart diseases, pacemaker



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