Birthmarks, moles and warts are a common aesthetic problem. The vast majority of these changes can be safely removed in a surgical or with a laser. The method of removing is decided by a doctor after seeing the lesion.
What is the procedure?
Removing skin changes may be a surgical or laser. In the case of surgical excision of lesion, a sample for testing is collected and the wound is sutured. In this case, after the procedure a scar may be visible. Lesions not requiring testing can be removed by laser. Laser procedure leaves no scars. The treatment can be performed under local anesthesia using anesthetic cream or injection anesthesia. The whole procedure takes about 10 minutes.
How does the patient look like immediately after surgery?
After the procedure, treated areas may be red. In the case of surgical excision may be necessary to suture the wound.
How long does the effect of the treatment lasts?
The end result is visible after healing of the wound. Usually, it takes about 7 days. After the procedure, the mark does not regrow.
Contraindications for surgery?
Contraindications to the treatment are: pregnancy and breast-feeding, autoimmune disease in active phase and infectious diseases of the skin at the site of the planned treatment.
Is the treatment safe?
Both the surgical cutting, and laser removal of skin lesions are safe. In the case of using a laser has no risk of damage to the deeper layers of the skin.
Recommendations after surgery
Immediately after the procedure keep treated areas in a particular purity. In the case of laser removal of the changes must be applied ice to the hot skin. After the first day it is advisable to use the cream Avene Cicalfate.
The effects of the treatment - photo
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