Pearly Penile Papule treatment with radiosurgery (PPP )

At Renew Skin & Health Clinic our doctors are committed to be leaders in the aesthetic medicine by providing the latest technologies combined with the highest medical care for its patients. Thus, here you can benefit from the most efficient genital treatments against a skin condition very common in men, namely the Pearly Penile Papules (PPP ).
So, the most efficient genital treatment against Pearly Penile Papules that we can offer is radiosurgery, or the surgery using radio waves.

This penile skin condition manifests through the appearance of several small dome-shaped or filiform skin-colored papules of 1-2 mm in size, which are usually located on the glans penis. These bumps are frequently arranged circumferentially in one or several rows. Pearly penile papules are never malignant lesions, nor transmitted through sexual contact or associated with the personal hygiene. They usually appear in uncircumcised men but anyone can be affected, around the age of 20-30 and this gradually decrease with age, affecting approximately 35% of the male population. This genital condition is asymptomatic and may persist the entire life, in time however becoming less visible. If you are concerned with this problem, you most certainly want to undergo a specialized treatment and Renew Skin & Health Clinic is the most appropriate place to do this in a simple, quick manner and with optimum results!

The latest technology used in our clinic for a variety of skin conditions, including the pearly penile papules is radiosurgery. The treatments that use radio frequency are safe, fast, painless, do not cause bleeding and leaves minimal to no scarring. Because radio frequency uses radio waves and not electricity, the adjacent tissues to the treated area are less affected and the small electrode which simultaneously cuts and cauterizes the papules that ensures a more precise and complete removal, reducing the healing time. Another equally significant advantage is that the electrode auto-sterilizes during its use, reducing thus the risk of post-operative infection.

The radiosurgery treatment against pearly penile papules lasts between 30 and 45 minutes. Most patients do not require any kind of anesthesia after the papules removal. Complete downtime usually takes 8-10 days from treatment, but during this period the level of discomfort is absolutely minimal. Many patients worry about the level of pain during the radiosurgery treatment and still, they remain pleasantly surprised by the fact that it’s minimal. The surgical intervention takes place under local anesthesia and you will be able to normally resume your daily activities immediately after the procedure except you are advised to refrain from penetrative sex for a period of 7-10 days.

Because at Renew Skin & Health Clinic our professionalism and field experience says it all, the doctor in charge of your clinical condition will take into consideration and analyze in the beginning your medical history, in detail in order to avoid any kind of unwanted problems and also to ensure the most suitable type of treatment for you. In our clinic, radio wave treatments are considered among the most efficient and safe with minimal scarring and least down time as compared to other forms of treatment.

That’s why we invite you to Renew Skin & health Clinic in Leamington Spa where you will benefit from a free consultation during which you will find out all the necessary information regarding your problem and also the solutions offered by our specialists. With us everything is safe, fast and efficient; the only thing remaining for you to do is to convince yourself of it! 

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