Xanthelasmas, dyskeratoses, syringomas are soft skin formations consisting of fatty deposits. They are most often formed around the eyes, on the skin of the upper eyelids. They can be associated with diseases such as dyslipidaemia, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, as well as dysfunction of internal organs such as the liver, pancreas, gall bladder.
Xanthelasmas, dyskeratoses, syringomas can be removed by laser.
At Primum Estetica clinic, therapeutic and aesthetic laser procedures for the removal of skin lesions are carried out using modern and safe medical CO2 lasers with a variety of applications for the removal of lesions, which do not leave any residual marks after the procedure.
What are the advantages of laser removal of skin lesions?
- Excellent for removing lesions in highly visible areas of the face;
- the procedure does not damage the surrounding tissues;
- multiple benign skin lesions can be removed in a single visit to the doctor.
How do I prepare for laser removal of xanthelasma, dyskeratosis, syringoma?
The area around the skin lesion to be removed is anaesthetised with a small amount of anaesthetic, which is injected with a very fine needle. The local anaesthetic numbs the area to be removed, so that laser removal is painless and causes no discomfort.
How is the laser removal of xanthelasma, dyskeratosis, syringoma performed?
During the procedure, all the laser energy is concentrated on the skin lesion. There, the laser light energy is converted into heat, which evaporates the water in the cells, the lesion is removed, and the surrounding skin remains intact.
How long does it take to remove xanthelasma, dyskeratosis, syringoma by laser?
The laser removal procedure normally takes up to 30 minutes.
What should I do after laser removal of xanthelasma, dyskeratosis, syringoma?
After the laser removal of xanthelasma, dyskeratosis, syringoma, it is recommended to use a special antibacterial ointment given by the doctor after the procedure for 5-7 days, 2 times a day, and not to wet the wound, or to rub or scratch the healing skin.
Avoid heat, hot water, sauna and ultraviolet rays for at least 24 hours after the procedure.
The wound can be wetted 2-3 days after the procedure.
The scab must not be touched or scratched. Do not use topical medications such as tretinoin, retinol, glycolic/salicylic acid for a few days after the procedure.
The skin recovers after the removal of xanthelasma, dyskeratosis, syringoma after 4 weeks.
It is very important to keep the laser-treated areas out of direct sunlight for at least 2 months. It is advisable to apply a cream with ultraviolet protection (SPF 50+).
Is it safe to remove xanthelasma, dyskeratoses, syringomas with a laser?
Laser removal of benign skin lesions, including xanthelasmas, dyskeratoses and syringomas, by a qualified physician is completely safe and highly effective.