Co2 Laser Warts & Moles Removal
Moles are pigmented spots that appear on the skin, usually brown or black in color. They are caused by clusters of pigment-producing cells and can be benign or potentially cancerous. Warts are rough growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. They can appear on different parts of the body and are typically non-cancerous. While moles often do not require treatment unless concerning changes occur, warts can be treated for symptomatic relief or cosmetic reasons.
C02 Laser for Warts Removal
For wart removal, the laser is used to destroy the wart tissue by heating it, causing it to break down and eventually slough off. The laser energy is absorbed by the pigmented blood vessels within the wart, leading to coagulation and destruction of the wart tissue. Multiple treatment sessions may be required depending on the size and depth of the wart.
C02 Laser for Moles Removal
For mole removal, the CO2 laser is used to carefully ablate the pigmented cells of the mole. The laser energy is absorbed by the melanin in the mole, causing it to break down and fade away gradually. The depth and intensity of the laser treatment can be adjusted based on the characteristics of the mole.
CO2 laser treatment for wart and mole removal is generally considered safe and effective. It offers advantages such as precise targeting of the affected tissue and minimal damage to the surrounding area. However, the outcome may vary depending on factors such as the size, depth, and location of the wart or mole, as well as individual healing abilities.
Book a consultation with us, we will evaluate the wart or mole and determine the most appropriate treatment approach for optimal results.
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