WARTS, CONDYLOMAS AND FIBROIDS
A wart is a skin formation induced by the human papilloma virus. They are benign formations consisting of a core of inner tissue supplied by blood vessels and covered by several layers of epithelial tissue. The virus penetrates and infects the epidermis, causing it to replicate at an excessive rate.
Condylomas are widespread excrescences, especially in the male and female genital areas, and are contagious.
FIBROMAS are not painful, although they can become painful and bleed, especially when subjected to pressure or rubbing. They can appear on any part of the skin. They are not contagious.
The technology used is the CO2 laser, which makes it possible to treat them in a single session, without pain and in a minimally invasive way.
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