Cherry Angioma are small blood spots that are benign vascular blemishes. They can vary in size from small pin dots to as large as a penny; and in colour from bright red to darker tones. Cherry angioma are not painful, but may bleed when scratched and can become distressing, particularly if they are in difficult to mask areas.
Diathermy techniques place can desiccate the tissue and cauterise blood.
Cherry angioma on eyes
Cherry angioma blood spots can appear on the eye area as we age. Diathermy is very precise and controllable, which it make ideal for the delicate eye area. There is an absolute minimum of trauma, even immediately after treatment.