Removal of papilloma – hanging warts
Papilloma removal – Papillomas are benign skin or pigmented outgrowths that occur more frequently in obese individuals in the neck, armpits, groin region below the breast and on the abdomen. Papillomas are of viral origin and spread very quickly across the skin. Infection with this virus is possible upon direct contact. The time from contact to papilloma onset is about 3 months. Papillomas, commonly known as “hanging nipples”, can be mushroom or conical, 1-3 mm in size, normal skin to dark brown. At first, only one papilla occurs, but soon comes the so-called. autoinfection, and spread, and there can be over a hundred. To prevent it from spreading to ourselves, but also to our loved ones, removal is recommended.
Cryotherapy is generally singled out as the method of choice for papilloma removal because it is fast, painless, effective and financially advantageous. Cryotherapy is the only method by which papillomas and fibromas are removed without scarring.
Cryotherapy removal of papillomas generally requires only one intervention. The use of a state-of-the-art Brymill appliance with different types of applicators allows liquid nitrogen to be applied with high control and precision without damaging the surrounding healthy skin.
SkinCare Center therapists have undergone training in the application of cryotherapy in nursing and are Brymill certified.