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Coagulation

Skin conditions which include Fibroids (small stem warts), Telangiectasias (spider veins) are qualified for coagulation.

Stem warts

Also known as fibroids are common to the facial area, the neck and under the armpits. With coagulation the stem is destroyed so the stem wart separates from the skin. After the treatment, a small scab occurs which will fall off after a couple of days.

Rosacea

These are chronically dilated capillaries. In coagulation a very fine needle is used to cauterise the vessel. After the treatment the skin may show slight redness and some scabs may appear.

 

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