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What is cauterization?


It is a method used in dermatology, especially in the treatment of moles and warts.


In which areas is cauterization used in medicine?


  • Dermatology

  • Plastic surgery

  • general surgery

  • Vascular surgery


In which areas is cauterization used in dermatology?


  • Genital warts

  • Thin-stemmed moles on benign moles

  • Warts and warts on the cervix


How long does cauterization treatment take?


Although the number and size of the lesions and moles on the skin vary, it takes 5-10 minutes on average if they are not numerous.


Is there a feeling of pain, pain in the cauterization process?


If the number of lesions is small, local anesthetic cream or injection can be applied. Therefore, the patient does not feel anything. In case of very large and multiple lesions, general anesthesia can be applied.


 Etreatment of t moles


As a result of the abnormal development in the skin layers, moles, which show themselves on the skin with a thin stalk and attached to the skin, can appear in different colors, from light to dark brown.

They vary greatly in size and number, and if left untreated they can continue to grow and increase in number. They can be seen everywhere, especially in the neck, décolleté and chest areas that are more exposed to the sun. While they can be completely treated for cosmetic concerns, they are generally harmless and pose no risk to malignancy. Cauterization is one of the most preferred methods of treatment.

Brief information

Anesthesia: Anesthesia with cream or fine needle before cauterization.

Inspection and application process: The application time is approximately 15-30 minutes.

Recovery time: 1-3 Days. Immediate return to normal life.

Usage process: Results are not repeated unless exposed to the same cause again.

Warning: Do not be exposed to pouch, fiber, hard trauma.

No pain.

Result:  Complete recovery. Quite a relief in the situation.

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