Whats the benefit of using radio waves instead of laser or electrosurgery?
First, the low-temperature waves used by radiosurgery means that tissues are not burned like they are with electrosurgery. Radiosurgery high energy waves penetrate much less deeply into peripheral tissue (0.02 mm) than CO2 laser (0.5 mm), Holmium laser (0.05 mm), or electrosugery (1.0 mm) units. The benefit to patients is that there is substantially less peripheral tissue destruction (by a factor of 25x compared to laser and by a factor of 50x compared to electrosurgery). Less peripheral damage to tissues means much greater precision and significantly faster healing times. Simply put, radiosurgery is an extremely precise way to perform surgery, creating much less trauma to surrounding tissues than other technologies. We use the latest technology to ensure safe and effective removal of moles, warts and skin lesions.