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Treatment of benign skin deformities

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Treatment of benign skin deformities

A benign skin deformity, also called a benign skin tumor, is the result of abnormal cell growth due to a harmless disorder in the development of the skin. This includes, for example, warts, moles and lipomas. Benign skin tumors of the skin come in different shapes and sizes, but do not pose a threat to health and can be removed for cosmetic purposes.

The treatment options:

  • Small treatment (S) : less than 5 spots.
  • Major treatment (L) : more than 5 spots.
The effect of Cryotherapy, Coagluation and Curettage: safe and secure
  • Cryotherapy, also known as freezing therapy, is a minimally invasive procedure that uses liquid nitrogen to quickly and effectively remove unwanted skin spots. The direct application of extreme cold freezes the target tissue, leading to the death of unwanted skin cells. This method is particularly effective for treating various benign skin conditions.
  • A commonly used method to treat these spots is coagulation. This is a quick procedure that uses a special instrument to treat the area with heat. The heat causes the spot to 'dry up' and eventually fall off the skin. This process may sting or burn a little, but is generally quick and effective.
  • Curettage is a fairly simple technique in which a sharp, spoon-shaped instrument called a curette is used to gently scrape away the abnormal tissue and usually leaves minimal scarring.

With our extensive treatment options, Medicadermis is ready to answer your skin problem. But we understand that all the choices we offer online can be difficult. And that sometimes you just need advice in addition to the information we share online. Please feel free to contact us for a no-obligation consultation in the Medicadermis Skin Therapy practice with our skin therapist. But an accessible contact in the form of a free video consultation is of course also possible. Discover which treatment(s) best suits your needs. Get compliments with clear, even and firm skin . Enjoy minimal recovery time with lasting results.

The treatment: frequency, procedure and recovery

Before we start any removal of the spot, we first take the time to thoroughly examine your skin. We go through a procedure to analyze what kind of spot it is and how we can best treat it. Part of this is a step that we call 'oral examination' or anamnesis . This confirms our observations. Naturally, we only remove spots that meet the characteristics of a benign skin deformity. When in doubt, we do not overtake. Since there are many different types of benign skin tumors, we may refer you back to your doctor. With these types of spots, prevention is better than cure. Because incorrectly removing malignant tissue can have unpleasant consequences.

If you are interested in more information about certain skin deformities that need extra attention, I have written about this on my blog entitled: Tumors, watch out when the cookie crumbles . This can help you spot skin changes that are suspicious.

Removing benign skin deformities with Coagulation, Cryo and Curettage

Because a skin deformity is specific to each skin, the treatment will be adjusted accordingly. The characteristics of the tumor, its location and your general health or your preferences are taken into account. After your treatment with cryotherapy or coagulation, it is essential to apply the correct aftercare for a speedy recovery and to minimize any complications. Here are some general recommendations to help you care for your skin after treatment:


  • Protect your skin : Keep the treated area clean and dry. Follow any specific bandage instructions carefully.
  • Expect blistering : Blisters can occur after cryotherapy and are a normal part of the healing process. Do not puncture them unless otherwise advised.
  • Control the pain : If necessary, take painkillers as advised. Avoid anti-inflammatory medications that can affect recovery.
  • To keep clean : Gently wash the treated area with water and mild soap and gently pat dry.
  • Leave scabs alone : ​​Scabs aid in the healing process. Avoid pulling scabs to prevent scarring.
  • Avoid direct sunlight : Use a sunscreen with high SPF to protect the treated area from sunlight.
  • Protect from the sun : UV radiation can affect the healing process and lead to pigmentation changes. Use a high SPF sunscreen on the treated area.
  • Always apply SPF to closed skin: SPF not to the wound itself. As soon as the wound is closed and the scar begins to heal, intensively apply SPF. Very important for a beautiful cosmetic effect!

General points of interest

  • Follow aftercare instructions : Your practitioner will give you specific aftercare instructions. It is important to follow these instructions carefully.
  • Be alert for signs of infection : Contact your practitioner if you notice symptoms of an infection, such as increased redness, swelling, pain, or if pus comes from the treated area.

These tips are intended to help you heal smoothly and effectively after your treatment. Proper care of the treated area plays a crucial role in the end result. If you have any questions or concerns about your recovery, please do not hesitate to contact our skin therapist for further support and advice.

With medicadermis you take good care of yourself

In the competitive market of beauty and skin treatments, it is crucial to find a trusted partner. One that not only excels in quality and service, but that also uses the best and proven technology. Because when it comes to your health and appearance, you shouldn't take risks. Medicadermis distinguishes itself through its dedication to high standards. Both in knowledge and skills and in the application of clinically proven equipment and treatments. You will not easily find hypes with a 'latest and greatest' promise at medicadermis, because it takes time before scientific evidence is available. Only then do we decide to offer something.

The reality of the beauty industry

The beauty industry is now flooded with all kinds of laser, IPL and other types of devices, many of which do not meet the quality requirements according to our Western medical standards. There is also often no scientific evidence for treatments. Variation in equipment, lack of basic dermatological knowledge, but also insufficient training and experience of the practitioner can lead to unsatisfactory results. Even to an increased risk of side effects or skin damage for the patient.

Feel beautiful and confident with the quality of medicadermis.

We go for the capital K when it comes to quality and work with, among others, the M22 Stellar from Lumenis. This system is used worldwide for its superior performance in hospitals and clinics by dermatologists. The M22 stands for reliable treatment for a range of skin treatments, including pigment spots. And finally, not unimportant: our equipment receives frequent technical maintenance. Because just as you cannot write sharply with a blunt pencil, an uncalibrated laser or used IPL tube is not effective.

Our skin therapist has years of experience, but continuously enriches her knowledge and skills with training and education. Our choice of equipment and expert care enable us to provide you with safe, proven effective and personalized treatments. Your (skin) needs are guaranteed to be in good hands at medicadermis.

Worthy of trust

Our commitment is not just to help you achieve your aesthetic goals. But we also give you peace of mind, because with medicadermis you know you are in the right place. We are not the cheapest, but we do offer the best price-quality. And you can trust that.

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Personal guidance disclaimer

A Fair Use Policy applies to personal guidance, including video calling, whereby medicadermis reserves the right to increase the number of contact moments at its own discretion in the event of excessive demand for support (i.e. a structurally higher number of contact requests than the average of our other clients). limit and communicate this unilaterally before doing so. If unexpected complications arise after the treatment, this reservation obviously does not apply.