Papilloma is a benign formation on the skin and mucous membranes, which is caused as a result of infection with papillomavirus. Usually this virus is transmitted by contact-household and sexual contact, also from mother to child. But it is worth noting that with a stable immune system, the virus does not manifest itself in any way. Under the influence of the virus, warts, warts, and in some cases malignant tumors may appear on the skin. It is important to remember that the removal of papillomas should be entrusted to highly qualified and experienced specialists from specialized clinics.
Features and types
This virus has a long incubation period, which can be several months or years. When it is activated, immunity decreases, for this reason, in addition to their removal, it is necessary to undergo a course of treatment to increase the immune system. These formations according to external signs are classified into the following varieties:
Before removing education data, it is necessary to consult a highly qualified doctor. To determine their nature, the doctor may prescribe certain tests.
Depending on the diagnosis, the specialist will select the best option for removal. Today, modern medicine offers several methods for removing these neoplasms:
- Chemical impact. For this type, alkaline creams or acid-based lotions are used.
- Cryodestruction. The neoplasm is exposed to low temperatures, using liquid nitrogen or another refrigerant. The procedure is painless, but during the rehabilitation period the patient may experience pain. Usually this method is used on the body, cervix and oral cavity.
- Radio wave coagulation. The affected area is exposed to high-frequency radiation. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia.
- Laser coagulation. Today it is in great demand, due to low trauma, painlessness, it should also be noted that healthy tissues are not affected.
Remember, regardless of the chosen method, it is necessary to observe accuracy and professionalism. For this reason, trust this procedure only to a highly qualified specialist.
Skin care after the procedure
After removal of these formations, superficial wounds usually appear on the skin, which become covered with a crust within a few days. To prevent scarring, it is recommended not to interfere with the natural healing process. Do not touch the wounds or remove the dry crust.