Radiosurgery is an effective and relatively painless treatment for skin conditions such as milia, seborrheic keratoses, skin tags and colourless moles.

Previously, benign lesions removed for cosmetic reasons on the face were removed by surgical excision leaving a scar. With Ellman Surgitron only the lesion itself is removed and healing is rapid. The procedure is virtually bloodless, with little or no bruising or swelling and no stiches are required.

Book a consultation to see if radiosurgery can treat your skin concerns.


Milia are keratin-filled white cysts that sit just under the epidermis (usually found around the nose and eyes).

These are treated with the needle attachment of the Ellman Surgitron. Using Alpha and Beta hydroxy acid home care and doing regular Lactobotanical peels may slow the development of subsequent milia.

Skin tag removal

Skin tags are small, generally skin-coloured growths that may have a narrow stalk and can be irritated by friction from clothing, etc.

A small amount of local anesthetic is injected and then the skin tag is removed.

Colourless moles and Seborrheaic keratoses

Large colourless mole can be easily removed with no visible scarring. After injection with local anesthetic, the mole is shaved down to the level of the skin and then heals over the next 5 days.

Hair follicles in the treated area are unaffected since they arise deep in the dermis

Sebaceous hyperplasia

Sebaceous hyperplasia are skin-coloured to yellow-white elevations on the skin caused by enlargement of the oil glands (generally found on the forehead).

These are treated in a similar manner to skin tags.

Consultation fee $75.

Prices start from $195.

Note: Cosmetic medical procedures are generally not covered by private health insurance or by Medicare.