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Cauterization is a medical term describing the burning of the body to remove or close a part of it. It uses a high-frequency current to destroy and remove skin growths.The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, stitches or dressings are not necessary.
The procedure is often used to treat common warts, papillary bumps, skin tags, sovereign keratoses, and skin growths in any area of the body.
Relieves pain and cosmetics enhancement.
The following risks are well known, but there may also be risks not included in this list that are unforeseen-seen by your doctors:
The doctor will inject some local anesthetic into the area surrounding the lesion to be treated. This will make the skin go numb so no pain should be felt during the procedure. You may feel a pushing sensation but this should not be painful.