Permanent Skin Growth Removal
A safe, non-invasive treatment that permanently removes unsightly skin growths from your face and body in just one session! Permanent Removal of Skin Growths is now Fast, Easy, and Affordable!
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What are skin growths?
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Human skin is subject to a variety of common benign growths
which are accumulations of various types of cells and usually look different in one or more ways then the skin surrounding them. Mostly, skin growths are identified by their color as compared to the normal skin. However, some of these growths may be the same color as the skin. Some skin growths are present at birth while others appear later in life.
Permanent Removal of Skin Growths is now
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All treatments are performed using the strictest sanitary procedures, and topical anesthetics are applied.
The procedure involves a cauterization machine that has been successfully used for over 30 years by skin care professionals to remove all types of common surface skin growths.
It uses a high-frequency electrical current that delivers a precise spark through a microneedle to cauterize and desiccate skin growths.
During the procedure the micro-needle remains above the skin surface; it does not penetrate the skin.
As the growth is removed, a natural protective scab develops and falls off in a few days. It is replaced with healthy new skin tissue.
The procedure is generally more effective than liquid nitrogen, is less painful and less expensive.
Skin growths may be raised or flat and range in color from dark brown or black to flesh-colored or red. In most cases, they are non-cancerous and can be removed safely.
Shown here are some images of common skin growths and their descriptions
Age spots-Also known as sun spots or liver spots,
they are flat, tan, brown, or dark brown spots on sun-exposed skin. As people age, sun spots most commonly appear on the backs of the hands, the forearms, neck, chest, and face.
The pigment producing cells in the skin are activated to produce more pigment by ultraviolet rays. While these spots are not themselves cancerous, you may be at risk for skin cancer if you have them.
Broken capillaries- most commonly found on the
cheeks and nose area, these appear as small red/pink threads under the skins
surface. Broken capillaries occur when the capillary walls narrow and widen
too quickly causing the muscles in the walls to tear. This in turn allows
the blood to seep out resulting in broken capillaries. Dehydrated, dry and
sensitive skins often have thin skin that provides less protection and
therefore, these skin types are the most commonly affected.
Cherry Angiomas-The most common vascular lesion on human skin. They are made up of clusters of dilated capillaries on the surface of the skin, which accounts for the cherry-red or purple color.
Cholesterol Deposits-Yellowish plaques that are slightly raised on the skins surface of the upper and lower eyelids. It is caused by tiny deposits of fat in the skin.
Hemangioma-A birth irregularity where a localized tissue mass grows rich in small blood vessels. Capillary hemangiomas are composed nearly entirely of tiny capillary vessels. Cavernous hemangiomas
are composed of blood- filled "lakes" and channels. They may be visible through the skin as a birthmark
also known as a "strawberry mark."
Keratosis-Most common non-cancerous (benign) skin growths in older adults. Appears as waxy, scaly, and slightly elevated. Occasionally, it can appear singly, but multiple growths are more common. Normally painless, and require no treatment. But often are removed for cosmetic reasons.
Skin tags-A small tag of skin that may have a stalk (a peduncle). Skin tags may appear on the skin almost anywhere although the most common are the eyelids, neck, armpits, upper chest, and groin. Invariably benign, this tiny piece of skin usually causes no symptoms.
Warts-Most often found on the hands, but may be anywhere on the body. They are rough, shaped like a dome, and gray-brown in color. Warts are skin growths caused by a viral infection and are contagious, which means that the virus that causes them can be passed from person to person. Warts should be treated promptly to prevent spreading them to another person.
Xanthomas-Tiny yellowish plaques that are slightly raised on the skin surface of the upper or lower eyelids. Xanthelasma is caused by tiny deposits of fat in the skin and is often associated with abnormal blood fat levels. It a kind of minute harmless growth of tissue and typically appears in or near the eyelids.
- Most skin growths are benign and harmless, but differentiation from malignancy is essential
- Certain benign growths can indicate a systemic condition, including hormonal disorders
- Most benign growths do not require treatment unless they produce symptoms
- A skin biopsy may be needed to evaluate lesions that have changed or that display characteristics of cutaneous malignancy
If you are unsure of a growth you currently have, please see your physician for a diagnosis.