The methods of laser and radiosurgical treatment of skin pathology and neoplasms are one of the most modern and effective methods in aesthetic cosmetology and dermatology. The removal procedure is carried out under local anesthesia (application of an anesthetic cream or injection into the base of the formation) and is well tolerated. When removed, the tissue of the formation is taken for histological examination to clarify the degree of aggressiveness of the tumor. Healing of the wound defect occurs under the formed crust, which disappears within 4-14 days.
Types of neoplasms that are removed using these technologies:
Papillomas: A papilloma is a mass that protrudes above the level of the skin.
Moles (Nevi): Moles (nevi) are benign skin tumors made up of melanocyte-derived nevus cells
Warts: Warts are benign epidermal growths.
Keratoma: Keratoma is a predominantly benign age-related skin change. Appear after 40-50 years.
Xanthelasma: Xanthelasmas are yellow, flat, slightly raised plaques that form symmetrically most often around the eyelids.
Hemangioma: Cherry angioma is a characteristic benign vascular neoplasia that occurs in almost all people over the age of 30.
Cutaneous horn: Cutaneous horn is a skin neoplasm that occurs predominantly in the elderly. It manifests itself on the skin as a dense layered horny masses, often cylindrical in shape, rising above the surface, Treatment: removal with various types of lasers
Fibroma: Fibroma is a benign connective tissue tumor Treatment: removal with various types of lasers
Molluscum contagiosum: Molluscum contagiosum is a disease caused by large DNA-containing viruses from the proxivirus family.
Calluses: Calluses are the thickening of the stratum corneum from prolonged pressure or friction.
Atheroma: Atheroma is a cyst filled with a secretion in the form of a curdled mass.
Basalioma: Basalioma is a basal cell carcinoma, skin carcinoid, skin tumor originating from the basal layer of the epidermis or skin appendages.