Warts are inflammations of the human papillomavirus on the skin. This virus, which can settle in any part of the skin, is mostly seen in childhood, but can be seen at any age.
In the treatment of warts, products such as snow treatment, electrocauterization, caustic works with salicylic acid, 5-FU, imiquimod are used. Despite these treatment techniques, some warts are difficult to remove. (Such as sole of foot, palm of hand, nail edges).
In this case, laser wart treatment comes to the fore as an effective, painless, fast-resulting method. The very thick tissue is thinned with a peeling laser, and then the tissue is destroyed by burning the veins of the wart with the vascular laser. Removing the wart without an open wound also reduces the loss of workforce.
Calluses are white or yellow skin thickenings on the feet and hands called colloid. The main reason for the formation of calluses is always pressure or friction. In addition, calluses are frequently seen on the palms of handcrafters, in areas hit by rings or shoes, in athletes (for example, weightlifters), guitar or violin players, and in some occupational clusters. It is also known that shoes that do not fit the foot form, tight socks, high heels and low soles cause calluses. Callus areas vary according to the individual. For example, deformation of the fingers due to joint disorders can lead to the formation of calluses on and below the finger. Factors such as pressure in the foot and low sole cause the callus to settle on the sole. If the foot sweats excessively, an environment suitable for calluses arises again. Another valuable piece of information about corn that has been proven through scientific research is that it is genetic.
The treatment of calluses is actually very easy. First of all, the point to be considered is to distinguish the nasir from its inflamed counterparts: when the nasir is scraped, it will shed mostly pus or blood. Many forms of treatment can be applied once you are sure that it is the cornea that is causing you trouble.
In the midst of these, the most risk-free and healthy method is to destroy the dead skin cells in the area where the callus is located in time with pumice stone and the like without damaging the skin. Callus patches containing salicylic acid, which can be sold without a prescription, are strong and irritating and should be used with caution. These eliminate the symptoms of callus because they contain acids and the main purpose is to dissolve the callus with the help of acids.
Psoriasis is a skin disease that occurs with the effect of environmental triggering factors at the place of familial predisposition. It can occur at any age, although it is most commonly seen at the age of 50-60.
The most typical symptoms are patches with sharp borders, vivid red color, and psoriasis-colored crusts, which give the disease its name, especially on the affected areas such as knees and elbows. The favorite areas of the disease are the scalp, nails, and genital area. If left untreated, it thickens over time and makes movement difficult in the hands and feet. Nail involvement is also a sign of severe psoriasis. It does not cause baldness, but if the disease is severe, it can increase hair loss.
Today, it is known that psoriasis does not only affect the skin, but especially when it starts at an early age, it affects the joints, cardiovascular system, causes diabetes and obesity. Therefore, it is also valuable to detect and treat accompanying diseases during the follow-up and treatment of patients.
Fractional Lasers are one of the methods used in removing moles. Harmless epidermal and dermal nevi on your skin disturb the person because of their appearance. With this system, moles can be stitched in one session, etc. It is taken without any application and individuals can easily continue their social life.
Local anesthesia is not used in laser mole removal. The area taken will take its usual form within a maximum of 6 days. The pinkness that may occur on the skin will become compatible with the person’s own skin color within 1 or 2 months.
There are melanocyte cells in our skin that produce pigment and give our skin its color. Due to various reasons, pigment cannot be produced as a result of damage to these melanocytes. As a result of pigment deficiency, scattered and patchy white areas (spots) with defined borders occur on the skin. It is a clear whiteness as milk. These spots vary in size; It can be as large as a dot or 2-3 coins. In this case, the disease that occurs on the skin is called vitiligo. The most affected parts of the body are the hands, arms, legs and face. It is also more common in the genital area.
In the treatment of vitiligo, there are some conditions that the patient should pay attention to with the treatment applied by the physician. Purpose; to normalize the functioning of melanocyte cells. Some drugs and creams are used for this. However, the most effective formula applied recently is local ultraviolet B (UVB) light therapy. It is a new and advanced system. This light therapy is applied only to the areas with spots. In this way, it is aimed to protect other parts of the body from side effects. A few sessions are not enough for this treatment. It is received in response to the disease in at least 10 sessions. After these sessions, the patient can continue his normal life. 2-3 sessions per week are applied.