Edema after removal of papilloma

The reason for the removal of papillomas is not only inaesthetic factor, but also in the danger of their traumatization, which can lead to complications such as bleeding, infection, degeneration into a malignant tumor. There are several ways to remove papillomas on the face and body, one of which is laser cauterization.

The essence of the laser method of removing papillomas

Using a special laser devicethe diameter and depth of exposure to the laser beam are determined depending on the size of the papilloma, so this removal procedure is highly accurate. With the help of the laser, it is recommended to remove papillomas for a century, in the corners of the eyes, on the lips, neck and other "tender" areas, where the use of other methods often leads to complications and is very painful.

The procedure can be conducted under a localanesthesia; in some people it can cause uncomfortable sensations. However, most patients note that no pain was experienced during the procedure. By time, the laser removal procedure takes one to two minutes.

The laser beam removes the affected tissue, while"Sealing" the blood vessels. Thanks to this effect, it is possible to avoid bleeding and secondary infection, which is an undoubted advantage of the method.

Consequences and complications of laser papillomavirus removal

In fact, the laser procedure is identical to the solar oneburn, so the natural consequences after it are redness of the skin and the formation of small crusts. People with increased sensitivity to solar radiation may experience an increased response to laser treatment. It is expressed in severe redness and swelling.

Sometimes in place of the removed papilloma remainsscar, which can then be removed by various cosmetic procedures. Very rarely there is lightening or darkening of the skin on the treated area as a result of the pigmentation disturbance, but more often this phenomenon is temporary.

Care after laser papilloma removal

After removal of the papilloma laser within two weeks can not:

  1. Sunbathing on the beach or in the solarium.
  2. Go out on a sunny day without using sunscreen.
  3. Wipe the treated area with alcohol-containing preparations and apply cosmetic agents on them.
  4. Independently rip off the formed crust on the site of the removed papilloma.
  5. Expose the treated skin to chemically active substances.
  6. Take a bath, visit the pool or sauna (until complete healing).

Removal of papillomas with a laser has its contraindications:

  • oncological diseases;
  • herpesvirus infection;
  • the state of immunodeficiency;
  • diabetes ;
  • pregnancy and lactation;
  • fresh tan.