Although the radiosurgery procedure is well tolerated and generally doesn’t raise big issues, the only discomfort you may feel is a small tugging sensation, but it is a mild one as local anesthetics are used.
The side-effects of radiosurgery in mole, wart, keratosis, etc. removal may consist in minor swelling, redness, tenderness of the area and a little bruising for a couple of days, but this is not generally valid for everyone.
In very rare situations, the patient may experience minor shocks or burns due to their coming in contact with another metal surface during the treatment, like touching a metal part of the bed, but the practitioner will be there to advise you on the correct position you should maintain throughout the procedure.
Risks and complications with radiosurgery are quite rare as it is a safe, painless and minimally invasive procedure that does not cause adjacent tissue damage. Moreover, due to the cauterization properties of the high frequency radio waves, the lesions is closed and the healing process is enhanced and improved.