At Dermacenter, he carries out laser removal of cuts and genital warts with the help of the highest level equipment under the supervision of an experienced dermatologist. The whole procedure is performed quickly and efficiently.
When warts (condylomas) appear, we try to get rid of them as soon as possible, and try a variety of methods for this. However, not all of them are effective, and how quickly and efficiently the wart will be removed, what the result will be and whether there will be negative consequences after the procedure will depend on the method.
Papillomas are growths on the skin. They can appear anywhere in the human body. This may be the neck, armpit, nasal mucosa, eyelids, or genitals. Unfortunately, these unattractive formations by themselves do not pass, and even become larger over time.
A laser is used to remove papillomas and genital warts. This is due to the fact that the laser is the most effective method and has several advantages. Before removal, you should undergo a examination by a dermatologist and get advice, a specialist will take you to Dermacenter and give you high-quality treatment advice.
Indications for the use of a laser to remove papillomas and warts (genital warts) are:
• Warts of benign origin
• Small papillomas
• Warts that are located in open areas of the body
• Warts in sensitive areas
Laser removal is especially important if warts or papillomas are located on the face, as there are no scars.
The advantages of this method include:
• Complete absence of penetration under the skin;
• Healthy tissue around the wart is not damaged;
• Lack of soreness and bleeding;
• Lack of scars after the manipulation;
• Efficiency - the absence of relapse at the site of wart removal;
• A short period of rehabilitation after surgery - about a week;
• In the future - the lack of pigmentation at the site of localization;
• The ability of the laser to regenerate skin tissues after surgery;
• Ability to perform the procedure on an outpatient basis.
This method also has a number of disadvantages:
• Mandatory anesthesia when removing papillomas, as the procedure is very painful
• In some cases, scarring may occur.
• Lack of retention of removed tissue for biopsy
• The healing time is longer than during cryodestruction
As with any operation, you must first carry out the necessary analyzes:
• Virus test - involves taking a smear, in women from the cervix, in men from the urethra.
• Chlamydia testing also involves scraping or taking blood.
• Analysis of the flora - a smear that allows you to determine the presence of pathogenic bacteria in the patient's body, as well as cancer cells.
After laser surgery on the skin, traces remain similar in appearance to thermal burns. For a short time, a slight reddening of the skin, which passes on its own, may remain at the treatment site.