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Laser removal of skin lesions
Laser removal of skin lesions is a treatment dedicated to patients with lesions that do not require histopathological examination. Two laser technologies are most often used to remove skin lesions – fractional CO2 laser and Fotona SP Dynamis laser.
The CO2 fractional laser allows tissue to evaporate in a fraction of a second and can penetrate the skin to a depth of up to 2 mm. Due to the fact that the changed tissues are surrounded by healthy cells, the repair process and regeneration occur quickly when using this technology. The Fotona SP Dynamis laser allows you to remove minor skin lesions, such as fibromas, warts or papillas.
Laser removal of skin lesions – what is it?
Regardless of which of the previously described technologies is used for laser skin lesion removal, the course of the procedure is similar. The doctor cleans the skin in the treatment area and sets the appropriate technical parameters of the equipment, which are adapted to the indications established during the previous medical consultation. The depth and intensity of the treatment are regulated by the doctor depending on the observed reaction of the patient’s skin.
Laser removal of skin lesions – for whom?
Indications for laser removal of skin lesions are all lesions that do not require histopathological examination. They are:
- viral and seborrheic papillas
- some color changes
- yellow tufts
- ruby points
Recommendations before the procedure
The laser removal of skin lesions does not require any special preparation. If the change is in a hairy area (e.g. on the scalp), before the appointment, the hair in this place should be shaved with a disposable razor.
Recommendations after the procedure
For a few days after the treatment, do not use soap, spirit or alcohol-based tonics, or perform peelings or other treatments in the area of the treatment area. Do not wipe the treatment area with a sponge or towel or irritate the skin in this area. One of the most important post-treatment recommendations is to avoid exposing the treatment site to the sun.