Electrocauterization Lesion Removal

Remove tumors or warts with Electrocauterization

Electrocauterization is a routine surgical procedure. In treatment of a tumor or wart, all abnormal tissue growth will be removed. The heat from the probe sterilizes the site and there’s typically no need for stitches. Healing usually takes place within two to four weeks. It may take longer if a large area of tissue has been treated.

Mole, Wart and Skin Tag Removal

Skin lesions are bumps such as moles, cysts, warts or skin tags. Most are benign (non-cancerous), but they can be painful, unsightly or restrict movement; you may want to have them removed. Most skin lesions do not cause serious problems, but you may want to have them removed for practical or cosmetic reasons.