Warts & moles
Acne (or pimples, black heads, white heads) are the bane of any teenager’s life. Around three-quarters of 11 to 30 year-olds will get acne at some time. You see them first thing in the morning in the mirror. They are a point of ridicule by friends, family and even strangers. And it lowers one’s self confidence to a great extent. You find it difficult to face your friends and relatives and also attend social functions.
I believe acne is a part of growing up and maturation that is natural for everyone. They are usually considered a sign of onset of puberty which involves hormonal changes. This leads to changes in the activity of oil glands which is often the precursor to acne.
But some warts may need other treatments to get rid of it. Freezing, burning the warts with radiofrequency or laser treatments are the most advanced method of common wart removal. Laser Plantar wart removal is the popular method of treatment and it has fewer side effects too. This laser skin wart removal procedure is less painful and requires less time also.
Other common wart removal method is freezing the wart. This is also known as cryotherapy. This is done by using cryogen (freezing chemical), commonly liquid nitrogen. This method is not suggested to children as this is a little painful method. This treatment may leave scar for some days after wart removal.
Many people refer to a mole as any dark spot or irregularity in the skin. Some people are born with moles. Heredity also plays a major role in moles. Moles can appear anywhere on the skin. They are usually brown in color and can be of various sizes and shapes. We are using an advanced laser mole removal method in which we use a combination of high and low intensity lasers to break up the pigment and erase imperfections allowing you to feel confident about your skin.