Benign growth electrocoagulation

Electrocoagulation is used to dissolve the tissue in-depth and stop any bleeding with minimal carbonization (charring). Electrocoagulation’s anti-hemorrhagic and destructive capacity makes it ideal for removing benign skin growths such as: fibromas, warts, sebaceous hyperplasia, milia, etc. Another condition where electrocoagulation is appropriate is vascular lesions (pyogenic granuloma, telangiectasia, also known as spider veins, etc.). Another use of electrocoagulation is during surgery, to stop bleeding.
The procedure is performed by a qualified dermatologist.


The procedure is performed by a qualified dermatologist.

Kentamed 1E. Digital, 100 W bipolar electrocoagulator

Immediately after the procedure, the treated areas are red and covered with a brownish crust, which falls off within 1 week. Very rarely, hypo- and hyperpigmentation may develop.

The duration is between 5 and 20 minutes.

Avoid wetting for the first 24 hours. Using the epithelizing products prescribed by the doctor. Strict photoprotection up to 30 days after the procedure.