Electrical epilation

Electrical epilation

Electrical epilation is a treatment to remove unwanted hair ‘definitively’. A tiny needle is used to treat the hairs one by one. The skin therapist slides the needle into the hair follicle and subsequently releases an electrical current for a few seconds. The current generates heat in the hair follicle, damaging and destroying the hair. After each treatment the hairs become thinner and weaker, and will eventually disappear.

Our dermatologists supervise all treatments and may also provide advice of your unwanted hair growth is due to medical causes.

Prices for electrical epilation

Per 15 minutes €30.00
Per 30 minutes €46.00

Reimbursements

Many insurers reimburse the costs of laser and electrical epilation treatments for unwanted facial hair growth in full or in part if provided under medical supervision and if you have taken out supplementary health insurance that covers these treatments. You do not need to pay the statutory excess for treatments covered by supplementary insurance. The amounts reimbursed differ per insurer.
The costs of laser treatment for unwanted body hair are not covered by health insurers.

Waiting time indication

Dermatology
2 8

Days

Gynaecology
1 8

Days

Proctology
4 5

Days

Phlebology
1 6

Days

If you find the waiting time too long, you can always contact us or ask your health care provider for waiting list mediation. Your health care provider can support you in this, so that you may be able to receive assistance more quickly. The maximum acceptable waiting time that healthcare providers and health insurers have jointly agreed upon (the Treek norm) for access to the outpatient clinic and diagnostics is 4 weeks. The maximum acceptable waiting time for treatment is 7 weeks.

Waiting time indication

Dermatology
2 8

Days

Gynaecology
1 8

Days

Proctology
4 5

Days

Phlebology
1 6

Days

If you find the waiting time too long, you can always contact us or ask your health care provider for waiting list mediation. Your health care provider can support you in this, so that you may be able to receive assistance more quickly. The maximum acceptable waiting time that healthcare providers and health insurers have jointly agreed upon (the Treek norm) for access to the outpatient clinic and diagnostics is 4 weeks. The maximum acceptable waiting time for treatment is 7 weeks.