Pearly Penile Papules are harmless, asymptomatic, non-contagious, small, white or pink bumps on the corona of your penis, are never malignant, nor related to personal hygiene and only affect men, whereas genital warts are highly contagious growths on your skin that affect both men and women, are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and in the latter’s case, can cause serious complications, triggering in some rare situations cervical cancer. Despite the differences between them, Pearly Penile Papules and genital warts do have one thing in common: they can both cause cosmetic distress and can both be treated at Renew Skin and Health Clinic with the help or radiosurgery.
For people in Maidstone interested in the radiosurgery treatment for PPP and genital warts, they should know that this is a technology used in order to treat soft tissue conditions. With the help of an electrode, an ultra-high frequency radio wave is applied onto the skin lesion in order to evaporate the water within the cells in the targeted area, causing their breakdown from within without affecting the adjacent tissues, which makes this an ideal solution for the removal of such skin lesions that appear in a highly sensitive and vascularized area.
This radiosurgery procedure for Pearly Penile Papules removal or genital warts removal is fast, scarless and painless. In a 15-20-minute session, our specialists at Renew Skin and Health Clinic will remove all your Pearly Penile Papules or genital warts. The procedure is performed under a local anesthetic and the only discomfort you will feel will be the pinch of the needle. Instead of a knife, radiosurgery uses radio waves to do the cutting, while also simultaneously cauterizing the lesion, so there is no bleeding, and there are no stitches required afterwards. More importantly, unlike other treatments for PPP and genital warts removal, radiosurgery does not heat the area, thus there is little or no damage to the adjacent tissue, possible future infections are prevented and the healing process is enhanced. Not to mention that there is minimal to no scarring remaining, so our clients are highly satisfied with the final cosmetic results.
Prior to the radiosurgery procedure, our specialists will perform your medical history check and a specialized consultation to establish whether this is the best procedure for your condition and whether you are an ideal candidate. There may be minor side-effects such as mild swelling, redness and tenderness of the area, which will wear off in a few days. The results though, are immediately visible.
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