Angiokeratomes

Angiokeratomes are colourless mole like looking skin anomalies with the presence of capillaries.

Common Causes

Some people are born with them and they are usually found as a family trait.

Treatment of Angiokeratomes

The technician will insert a probe while releasing a steady stream of current to coagulate it. The anomaly will dry up, resulting in a light coloured scab which will darken in colour over a few days. Depending on the size and of anomaly many can be treated in one treatment session. Some anomalies may take repeated treatments to completely disappear.

Post Treatment and After Care

The area will be a little irritated post treatment then a small scab will form within a day or two. Keep the area dry and do not touch the area to allow it to heal naturally. The scab will fall off when the underlying skin is rejuvenated. If needed repeated treatments may be performed once the area has completely healed.