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Thermocoagulation

Thermocoagulation | Electrocautery

Unwanted skin anomalies can be a source of frustration, affecting your overall confidence. At CB Skin & Cosmetic Ink, we understand these concerns and provide thermocoagulation treatments designed to improve the appearance of your skin. By using gentle heat energy, our skilled team can effectively remove skin tags, milia, broken capillaries and more, ensuring a smoother and more refined complexion. Reclaim your self-assurance and get ready to face the world with renewed confidence. CB Skin & Cosmetic Ink is dedicated to helping you achieve your skincare goals, providing empathetic care and precise thermocoagulation treatments that leave you with beautiful, blemish-free skin.

electrocautery Thermocoagulation

Thermocoagulation

Starting at $45

Skin Tags

Milia

Spider Veins

Broken Capillaries

Ruby Points

Age Spots

Sun Spots

Hyperpigmentation

Cholesterol Deposits

Xanthelasma

Sebaceous Hyperplasia

Pre-Treatment

  • Hydrate Your Skin & Body - This minimizes discomfort and enables better results.

  • Avoid Sun Exposue 48hrs prior to treatment.

  • Capillaries/Spider Veins, Needs your doctors approval to stop blood thinners 3 days before and after treatment.

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Post Treatment Care

  • Keep the area clean and moisturized with polysporin, avoid touching the treated area.

  • A cool compress may be applied to soothe the area.

  • Avoid swimming and hot tubs or saunas for 48 hrs after treatment.

  • Avoid the sun and tanning salons until healed , use an spf to protect the area.

  • Avoid Strenuous physical activity and exercise for up to 48hrs following capillary treatment. The increase in blood flow may rupture the clot in the capillary and cause treatment failure.

  • If flaking occurs polysporin or similar may be applied as needed through  out the day to keep the area hydrated. let the flaking come off naturally , do not pick, scratch or rub.

  • Makeup can be resumed when skin looks and feels back to normal.

  • If you have any concerns please contact us.

Thermocoagulation Guide

Thermocoagulation Skin Anomolie Treatment
What Is Thermocoagulation?

Thermocoagulation is a safe non-invasive treatment to improve the appearance of the skin or for removal of unwanted skin anomolies. These include Skin Tags, Milia, Broken Capillaries, Cholesterol Deposits, Xanthelasma, Cherry Angioma's and more Thermocoagulation produces a targeted heat energy to coagulate blood capillaries or dehydrate unwanted skin anomolies. Although results can be seen instantly, it can take 1-2 treatments for stubborn or larger anomolies. Consultation are complimentary to ensure this is a correct procedure for you.

Does It Hurt?

Discomfort is mild and tolerable. A numbing agent may be used if needed except for if treating capillaries/vascular irregularities.

Is Their Down Time?

Healing can vary depending on the size of anomolie treated and the location as well as your body's own individual healing process. Healing can take from 7 days to several weeks before healed completely. Immediately following the treatment their may be mild redness, extreme redness, local swelling, tenderness, bruising, these generally subside within one week to 21 days. It is important to follow the home care instructions to aid in the healing process.

Things To Keep In Mind Before Your Appointment

Hydrate Your Skin & Body - This minimizes discomfort and enables better results. Avoid Sun Exposue 48hrs prior to treatment. Capillaries/Spider Veins, Needs your doctors approval to stop blood thinners 3 days before and after treatment.

Things To Keep In Mind After Your Appointment

Keep the area clean and moisturized with polysporin, avoid touching the treated area. A cool compress may be applied to soothe the area. Avoid swimming and hot tubs or saunas for 48 hrs after treatment. Avoid the sun and tanning salons until healed , use an spf to protect the area. Avoid Strenuous physical activity and exercise for up to 48hrs following capillary treatment. The increase in blood flow may rupture the clot in the capillary and cause treatment failure. If flaking occurs polysporin or similar may be applied as needed through  out the day to keep the area hydrated. let the flaking come off naturally , do not pick, scratch or rub. Makeup can be resumed when skin looks and feels back to normal. If you have any concerns please contact us.

Contraindications For Thermocoagulation

Pregnancy Pacemaker Cold Sores In the area being treated. Medical Conditions that Delay The Healing Process. Capillary Work - Blood Thinning Medications and Supplements.

Sharon

Best Microdermabrasion I have had in Years! Great Job.
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