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Benign Lesions

Benign Lesions

Benign lesions appear on the skin and become highly unsightly, and may even cause discomfort. These lesions are easily removed, usually without leaving a mark. 

Solar melanoses: are brownish flat spots caused by the sun, common on the face and back of the hands.
Melanocytic nevi: flat or elevated lesions, the color of which varies from light brown to black. They can be born or acquired. When present in large numbers, they represent a risk factor for melanoma.

Seborrheic keratoses: they are brownish, oval and well-defined lesions, usually with a velvety, verrucous or scaly surface.
Ruby angioma: These are small red balls that resemble ruby stones. The quantity and size usually increase with age. 

Leukoderma gutata solar: they are small clear spots that vary from 1 to 5 millimeters, common in the arms and legs. They are usually caused by sun damage over the years.
Fibroepithelial polyp: small, flaccid, pedicled lesion, usually appears on the neck or armpits. It can be single or in large numbers, with skin color or brown. Sometimes there is a family tendency, and it can also be associated with overweight. 

Epidermoid cyst: It is popularly called sebaceous cyst. It consists of a skin- colored nodulation, sometimes it has an orifice that drains a bad-smelling mass.
Lipoma: It is a benign tumor present in the subcutaneous tissue, consisting of an accumulation of fat cells (adipocytes). In most cases, the lipoma is totally asymptomatic and does not require any treatment, unless it is aesthetically uncomfortable or causes pain. 

Wart: They are lesions caused by the HPV virus, and have a generally rounded appearance, of hard consistency, resembling a cauliflower. It is very common on the fingers. When they affect the soles of the feet, they are usually flat and confused with corns. On the face, sometimes it has a pointed aspect, resembling a small horn; in these cases it is called a filiform wart. 

Milium: it is a tiny superficial skin cyst. It occurs more on the face and has a yellowish or whitish color. It results from the proliferation of cells of the epidermis within the dermis. Can be single or multiple.
Dermatofibroma: small, hardened nodular lesion, usually darker in color than normal skin. Probably caused by an inflammatory process resulting from minor trauma such as an insect bite, for example.
Xanthelasma: They are asymptomatic yellowish plaques present on the eyelids, resulting from the deposit of fat. 




Need for rest time 
It does not require any break.  
These procedures last between 5 to 30 minutes per injury.  
After evaluating the lesion with a dermatologist, confirming the benignity of the lesion, the lesion is removed. Specific ablative treatments based on Fotona laser technology, achieve natural and imperceptible results.  
Elimination of benign lesions. Renewal of collagen and elastin. Long-term results.  
Preoperative care 
Patients who have had some form of herpes will have to undergo preventive treatment beforehand.  
Postoperative care 
No need for post-treatment rest, being able to resume the daily routine.  
Expected effects 
Slight discomfort after treatment that fades after 2 to 3 days.  
Pregnant or breastfeeding women. Patients who have had some form of herpes will have to undergo preventive treatment beforehand. Epilepsy. Blood diseases (leukemia, anemia). Patients with photosensitive drug therapies.  
Number of treatments 
Benign lesions are usually removed in one session. Sometimes, several sessions may be necessary depending on the size or amount of lesions to be treated.  
After eliminating the injury, there is generally no need for maintenance appointments.


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