During the electrolysis hair removal procedure, your cosmetic surgeon will place a tiny needle into a hair follicle and an electrical pulse will be sent through the needle. If the treated hair follicle is in the active growth stage at the time of treatment, it won’t grow again.
Side effects include pain, redness, or swelling. In some instances scabs may result and cause infection or scarring. People with darker skin pigmentation can develop dark or light spots around the treated areas that may or may not be permanent.
About Dermatology Assoc. of Western Connecticut
Dermatology Associates of Western Connecticut, PC, was started in Danbury in 1979. Our main office and administrative center is located in Danbury. In addition, we have satellite offices located in New Milford, Ridgefield, and Southbury. Each of our offices has varied schedules during the week and evening hours are also available.
The medical practice consists of six board-certified dermatologists. Most doctors are affiliated with Danbury Hospital, New Milford Hospital and the Department of Dermatology of Yale University School of Medicine. We have fourteen experienced and caring nurses on the medical staff.
We are a general dermatology and dermatological surgery practice providing care to infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and senior patients. We have a long history of providing diagnostic and therapeutic consultations to the medical communities in Western Connecticut. We conduct dermatological surgery on all benign and malignant (skin cancer) growths of the skin. We utilize multiple methods of surgery which range from superficial curettage (scraping) and cryosurgery (freezing) to complicated surgical procedures, such as Mohs Micrographic surgery and laser surgery.
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