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does anyone have experience with this procedure? - Em3112 - 06-19-2018 10:49 AM

Does anyone have experience with this procedure/institute?
http://www.ppptreatment.co.uk/fordyce-spots-removal-with-radiosurgery.html

http://www.ppptreatment.co.uk/fordyce-spots-removal-for-women.html

Renew Skin & Health Clinic provides our female patients with a highly effective, safe and quick Fordyce spots removal private treatment where a doctor specialist will perform an electrodessication procedure with radiosurgery. Radiosurgery is one of the best treatment choices for a safe and effective removal of Fordyce spots. Fordyce spots removal for women performed at Renew Skin & Health Clinic is a non-surgical procedure that operates with low temperature and high frequency energy upon the affected area, eliminating the Fordyce spots from within. Undergoing this cosmetic procedure requires an experienced doctor specialist and the latest medical equipment in order to ensure a professional outcome and Renew Skin & Health Clinic is the right place to begin with. There are minimized to almost inexistent scarring risks due to the simultaneous cauterization property of radiosurgery with which bleeding and potential future infections are prevented. The real advantage of radiosurgery Fordyce spots removal for women is that it works greatly on sensitive areas such as the vermilion border of the lips or the genital area. The radiosurgery private treatment for Fordyce spots removal requires a specialized dermatological consultation during which a cosmetic specialist will assess your skin condition and determine if you’re an ideal candidate for the electrodessication procedure.


RE: does anyone have experience with this procedure? - Chetna - 11-23-2018 11:59 AM

Well, I have heard that with electrodesiccation there is no scarring on the concerned area unlike in cryotherapy. But yes, expertise is very important so if you are going to contact them you can ask about the success rate. I can see a phone number on the website - 01926 422 454, you may try calling them and have a consultation over the phone. Generally, in such cases, doctors do consult people over the phone which gives the patient a fair idea about what to expect from the treatment.


RE: does anyone have experience with this procedure? - Lots of spots - 11-23-2018 11:20 PM

Wish there was place in the states like this.