As more and more skin imperfections and other health issues affect us, specialists and medical device innovators constantly work to improve treatments that reduce risks and help you regain the complexion you desire. At Eve Clinics in Birmingham we have experienced specialists with vast experience and high attention to detail, who have and will keep on providing exemplary services for all of our patients.
A common condition of pigmented skin called Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra or DPN appears in African, Caribbean and Asian people and is considered a benign form of an epithelial tumour. It is plainly located on the face, upper trunk and neck of women and men of African origins, as well as individuals from America and Asia. These benign growths can occur due to photo ageing and they are small, black or brown bumps that are often mistaken for moles. The factors that are known to lead to the evolution of the Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra skin condition are ageing, heredity and exposure to the sun.
Since Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra is represented by non-cancerous bumps on the skin, it doesn’t necessarily require treatment. But it can be symptomatic, cosmetically unaesthetic and can increase in size and number as people age. Typically, women are more affected by DPN and it generally starts during the teenage years. These are the main reasons people want to have them removed.
If you are suffering from DPN and want to have them removed, here at Eve Clinics in Birmingham our experienced specialists perform an efficient, safe and non-surgical cosmetic procedure with the 10,600-nm CO2 laser, which is a tried and tested dermatosis papulosa nigra removal treatment that ensures long lasting positive results and causes minor side effects.
If you are interested in the DPN CO2 laser treatment in Birmingham, please contact us for a prior consultation so that we can take a full medical history.
DPN removal with CO2 laser treatment at Eve Clinics in Birmingham consists of using a high-intensity monochromatic beam of light to remove the affected areas of the skin and correct the pigmentation, while at the same time triggering the production of collagen, thus permitting the development of new skin cells. This way the lesions are removed and smoother, clearer-looking skin will emerge.
The treatment is one time only, you don’t require more than one session and you can continue with your normal routine immediately after procedure.
The recovery period depends on each patient’s medical history and current health. The recovery period can vary, but it usually takes only a few days. Immediately after the procedure some redness and swelling may occur, but the sensations will wear off quickly.
If you wish to benefit from the non-invasive Dermatosis Papulosa Negri CO2 laser treatment in Birmingham, contact us at Eve Clinics and book an appointment, it’s that simple!