Radiofrequency surgery is marvelous technique. One can use the various waveforms for different indications, change electrodes to suit applications, bend electrodes to reach inside cavities or avoid adjacent tissue damage, use the power from a minimum of 0.5–1 to 100 on digital unit, perform small-hole surgeries, do epilation, do biopsies, and nowadays with flat or large dome-shaped electrodes do skin tightening in cosmetic dermatology. The ultrathin precision cut is the hallmark of radiofrequency surgery. Thus with special electrodes one can literally shape tissues to resurface deep, punched out scars and plane down hypertrophic scars. Another very interesting application is that of vaporizing soft tissues with the electrode tip inserted into the thick lesion.