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Removing the skin changes

Molluscum Removal

Molluscum (Molluscum contagiosum) is a viral, contagious disease that usually occurs in children aged 3 months to 16 years and in adults as a sexually transmitted disease. The cause is a virus, which is transmitted by direct …Info…

Condylomas Removal

Condylomas are the wart grows in the anogenital region of the viral origin and are also known as genital warts. They are spread through sexual contact and affects both men and women, but they were noticeable changes …Info…

Fibromas Removal

What are fibromas Fibromas are benign growths of connective tissue, round or oval shape circumscribed by the surrounding tissue. Changes are frequent and slow growth is characteristic. They appear as a single lesion, or more often as …Info…

Papillomas Removal

Removing papillomas Papillomas are benign growths of skin color or pigmented, which is more common in obese persons on the neck, armpits, bikini area, area under the breasts and the abdomen. Papillomas are viral in origin so …Info…

Keratoses Removal

Seborrheic keratoses are benign changes which are brownish or brown and look like if they were glued to the skin, often look verrucous and have size from a few millimeters up to 2-3cm, with rough surface is …Info…

Wart Removal

Warts are benign lesions on the skin and mucous membrane which are caused by different types of human papilloma viruses. They appear in the form of common wart growths with rough surface, and sometimes can have filiform …Info…