Despite intensive skin care, healthy nutrition and effective protection of the skin, it is possible that unwanted skin imperfections such as spider nevi, rosacea, hemangiomas, fibroids, pigmentation spots and wrinkles occur. These harmless skin imperfections are often experienced as cosmetically disturbing, but there is now a solution for this. The Onetec is the latest technological innovation in the immediate removal of skin imperfections, with amazing treatment results.
The new RWS (Radio Wave Spectrum) method makes it possible to remove cosmetic skin problems easily, safely and with immediate results. The technology is based on specially modulated high-frequency energy pulses. By giving the skin a controlled energy pulse with the applicator, it is converted into a heat pulse, so that skin irregularities can be accurately removed.
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During the consultation, the skin expert will assess the skin irregularity and discuss treatment options. Skin irregularities that can be treated include: rosacea, spider legs, blood blisters, skin warts and small skin bumps.
There is enough space to discuss all wishes and questions. You will receive a good explanation about the treatment, aftercare, the risks and the expected end result. Pictures are taken, which can later be compared with the final result.
During the treatment you will receive a handpiece (electrode) to allow the removal of the irregularities as quickly as possible. The skin expert will remove the skin imperfections with another handpiece, in the form of a fine pen. In most cases this treatment is performed without anesthesia. The feeling can be experienced as pinpricks.
Immediately after the treatment, the treated skin is red and sometimes a little irritated, this will subside on its own (usually within a few hours). Sometimes a crust develops. The skin will repair itself. To support the skin, it is important to lubricate Alhydran at least twice a day. It is also important to protect the skin well against UV radiation with at least SPF 30. In some cases the skin will flake slightly, do not pull / pick / scratch the loose skin!
The risk of complications is minimal. As with any treatment where the skin has to repair itself, there is a small risk of inflammation. Report it to the skin expert if you are familiar with diabetes mellitus, epilepsy or a pacemaker.
Skin therapistAfter beauty care training, Mary did a specialization in dermatology. Mary has years of experience as a skin specialist and is known as one of the best in her profession. "I've always had a great interest in the cosmetic and medical world. As a beautician I have worked for a long time in the cosmetics industry and I have worked as a makeup artist for various modeling agencies and television. Ultimately, Mary decided to fully specialize in skin care and eyebrows. Mary is also certified as a Skinceuticals specialist Read more about our specialists
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Prices and fees
Skin + Surgery stands for high quality and affordable prices. The transparent rate of skin imperfections removal is linked to the nature and size of the treatment site. Check your supplementary insurance to see whether you qualify for reimbursement.
Premium Aesthetic OnetecFrom € 75,-
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Frequently Asked Questions
Spider nevus (also called nevus araneus, spider, spider, spider head) are red blood vessels with one central core and have a spider-shaped or star-shaped pattern. It is caused by dilated blood vessels and is common on the face. Spider nevi are not malicious and only cosmetically disturbing. It is possible to treat spider nevi.
Couperose (also called erythrosis facialialis) is characterized by a diffuse redness with telangiectasia (red vessels) in the face. If there are also inflammation and pustules present, this is Acne Rosacea. Couperose is mainly seen in women from Northwestern Europe. The cause is unknown, but climatic factors, alcohol consumption, hot foods and drinks may play a role. It is possible to treat rosacea.
A haemangioma senilis (also called angioma senilis, cherry angioma) is a small benign blood tumor, smaller than 1 centimeter. The bright red, flat to convex skin irregularities can occur all over the body and usually develop in old age. The cause is unknown. It is possible to treat the harmless haemangioma.
A fibroma (also called skin wart) is a pedicled, soft benign skin tumor. The skin-colored, sometimes slightly pigmented skin condition often occurs in the neck, armpits, groin and on the eyelid. The incidence increases with age. It is possible to treat a fibroma.
There are many different types of pigmentation spots, where a distinction can be made between too much pigment in the skin (hyperpigmentation) or a lack of pigment in the skin (hypopigmentation). In addition, a division can be made into pigment that is already present at birth or pigment that develops over the years.
Lentigo solaris (also called lentigo senilis, age spot, liver spot) is a benign pigmentation spot that often occurs on parts of the body that are exposed to sunlight. Preferred locations are in the face and on the backs of the hands. This form of pigment usually develops in old age and occurs mainly in people with a light skin type.
Depending on the type of pigment spot, it can be treated well. Ask the skin therapist for advice.