Laser keratoma removal in our clinic is carried out by certified doctors – dermatologists or surgeons. Keratoma (seborrheic keratosis) is a benign formation due to thickening and keratinization of epidermal cells. It manifests itself in the form of spots, knots, growths and crusts. Most often develop with age.
Keratomas most commonly appear on the back or chest, as well as on the scalp, face, arms, and legs. Seborrheic keratoses grow slowly, in groups, or on their own. Most people develop at least one seborrheic keratosis in their lifetime.
What do keratomas look like?
The appearance of seborrheic keratomas can vary widely. They can be light brown to brown or black in color. The most common texture is rough, with an uneven grainy surface that crumbles easily. However, they can also be smooth and waxy. Some of them are tiny, others become more than 3 cm in diameter.
Seborrheic keratoses are not transmitted by contact. Seborrheic keratosis mainly affects people over the age of 30. Some women notice that keratomas appear during pregnancy.
Currently, cell therapy is used to treat a wide range of diseases, and psoriasis is no exception. In recent years, significant progress has been made in understanding the causes of the disease. However, the exact development mechanism is still unknown. In 2017, Polish scientists concluded that the dysregulation of the inflammatory response in psoriasis may be due to dysfunction of some stem cells.
We recommend that you consult with our doctor before making an appointment for the procedure
Frequently Asked Questions
Laser facial resurfacing. Does it hurt?
No, this is a painless procedure, because we apply an anesthetic drug. We also carry out cold air blowing, so no pain! There may be a slight tingling.
How many procedures do I need to remove post-acne scars?
Each person's skin is unique and we cannot predict how it will recover from you. Again, during a personal examination, the doctor, based on his experience and examination of your skin, will tell you the number of sessions.
Is it possible for children to remove scars with laser resurfacing?
There are no contraindications by age. The main thing is that the baby should let us carry out this procedure. To do this, prepare him psychologically at home. Also, the skin of children is capable of regeneration much better than that of an adult, so early treatment will give excellent results and avoid social awkwardness in adolescence.
When will I be able to use makeup after polishing?
The first 3-5 days there is exfoliation of the dead part of the skin, crusts appear, there is a physiological process of healing and building new high-quality layers of the dermis, epidermis. During this period, you need to help her and use the pharmacy products Bepanten, Bepanten-plus, Solcoseril (to choose from). As soon as the crusts come off and you see your "new" face, you can start making up.
How do I know for sure if you can handle my case?
We take care of 99% of patients, even the most difficult cases (by the way, we constantly post work with unique clinical cases on social networks). But only a doctor will tell you for sure after a personal examination.
My scar is 3 cm, what is the cost?
We calculate the cost based on the price of 300 UAH. 1 sq. cm, so we can't give an exact figure by phone or online. The doctor will calculate the sum for you during a personal examination.