Dermatologic electrosurgery

Date booking: Required

Referral: Prior qualification with the doctor performing the procedure is required!
If you are not qualified, it is necessary to book first for a medical consultation with the doctor performing the procedure.

Age range: Depending on medical indications

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The qualifying physician informs about possible preparation.

Description of the study

Electrocoagulation (electrosurgery) is a safe procedure that destroys skin lesions using high-frequency alternating current. The heat generated truncates the proteins (coagulation) found in the tissue.
The electrocoagulation procedure is performed using electrodes of different shapes, appropriately selected depending on the type of lesion. The procedure is not very painful. Local anesthesia is often used during the procedure. After the procedure, swelling, erythema, bruising and discomfort may occur. However, these discomforts subside relatively quickly. The scabs that appear after the procedure usually heal after a few days. The length of the procedure depends on the extent of the lesions - it takes from several to several dozen minutes.


In dermatology, this method is used to treat various skin lesions, including:

  • fibroids,
  • Common viral warts, known as warts,
  • flat warts,
  • seborrheic warts,
  • sebaceous cysts,
  • stellate hemangiomas.

Each type of lesion must be qualified for treatment by a doctor.


  • pregnancy,
  • pacemaker,
  • coagulation disorders,
  • circulatory disorders,
  • Diabetes (difficulties in healing),
  • Taking medications that reduce blood clotting.