Papillomas and warts are skin formations that each of us has. Some are small and barely noticeable, others are larger and can be a major part of your vision. Some can make you look better, while others can significantly damage your self-esteem. And while years ago we could either come to terms with them or undergo painful procedures to remove them, today this is not the case.
If you have papillomas or warts that you want to get rid of, you can do it quickly and painlessly with the help of a laser.
Most often, this method is convenient in the absence of free time. It does not require long-term treatment and at the same time allows to remove the formations from any part of the body.
Here’s what else you need to know about laser papilloma removal:
Are laser procedures safe?
Given the location of warts, papillomas or other formations, the procedure is usually performed by applying local anesthetics. After injection of a local anesthetic into the skin, the treatment is completely painless.
What is happening during the laser treatment?
During treatment, the laser energy is focused directly on the tissue-forming lesions. Then, the treated formations are destroyed and removed. The procedure takes an average of 10-30 minutes, depending on the number, size and location of the lesions.
After the removal procedure and to avoid the risk of infection, the treated area should be kept clean and dry, as well as not exposed to strong sunlight. The specialist who performs the procedure will explain how to take care of your skin at home.