It is said “old is gold.” Some may say the “newer the better’. I say the “newer the better only with rationale.” When it comes to radiofrequency surgery, it is not taught in all medical colleges, as it may not be part of the dermatology educational curriculum. This curriculum needs to be updated at many places globally. Hence, for a medical practitioner from a dermatology or nondermatology specialty, to learn and use radiofrequency surgery is a new venture. This chapter compares various surgical modalities and gives very simple practical tips for any surgeon using any of the contemporary surgical modalities to switching over to radiofrequency surgery.