Skin Growth Removal Treatments in Seremban & Setia Alam
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Klinik Dia Raissa is one of the leading aesthetic clinics in Seremban and Setia Alam specialising in result-driven skin growth removal treatment with affordable pricing.
With more than 6 years of experience in providing the best treatment for skin growth removal, we know the best solution to improving your skin health.
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What is skin growth?
Skin growth is any type of abnormal growth or lesion that appears on the skin. Skin growths can be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous). They can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, infection, inflammation, and exposure to certain substances or environmental factors. Some common types of skin growths include moles, warts, skin tags, and seborrheic keratoses (also known as “age spots” or “liver spots”).
Many skin growths are harmless and do not cause any symptoms, but some can be itchy, painful, or otherwise uncomfortable. Others may have a cosmetic impact, or they may be a sign of a more serious medical condition.
If you are concerned about any skin growth related conditions, it is important to consult with our experts at Klinik Dia Raissa for the right diagnosis and treatment.
Types of Skin Growth
There are several different types of skin growth, that includes:
Xanthelasma is a condition that causes small, yellow deposits of fat to form under the skin on the inner corners of the eyelids. These deposits, known as xanthelasma plaques, are benign (noncancerous) and are not harmful to the person’s health. However, they can sometimes be a cosmetic concern and may indicate an underlying condition such as high levels of cholesterol in the blood.
Milia are small, white bumps that can appear on the skin. They are formed when dead skin cells and oil become trapped under the surface of the skin, forming a small cyst. Milia are most commonly found on the face, particularly around the eyes and cheeks, but they can also appear on other parts of the body. They are usually benign and do not cause any harm, but they can be removed if desired. Milia are common in newborns, but they can also occur in adults.
Seborrheic keratoses (also spelt seborrheic keratosis) are common, noncancerous skin growths that appear as warty or scaly lesions on the surface of the skin. They are usually brown or black in colour, but they can also be lighter or darker. Seborrheic keratoses are most commonly found on the face, chest, and back, but they can appear on any part of the body. They are often described as looking like “stuck-on” or “pasted” growths. Seborrheic keratoses are benign, but they can sometimes be confused with skin cancers, so it is important to have any new or changing growths checked.
Skin tags are small, benign growths that hang from the skin and are usually found on the neck, underarms, and groin area. They are also commonly found on the face, chest, and back. Skin tags are made up of loose collagen fibres and blood vessels surrounded by skin. They are usually the same colour as the surrounding skin or slightly darker, and they can range in size from a few millimetres to a few centimetres. Skin tags are benign and do not pose any health risks, but they can sometimes be irritating if they rub against clothing or jewellery.
Syringoma is a benign (noncancerous) skin condition that causes small, skin-coloured or yellowish bumps to form on the skin. These bumps, known as syringomas, are typically found on the lower eyelids, upper chest, and underarms, but they can also appear on other parts of the body. Syringomas are made up of sweat gland cells and are most commonly found in people who have Down syndrome or other genetic conditions that affect sweat gland development.
A mole is a small, dark spot on the skin that is caused by a cluster of pigment-producing cells (melanocytes). Moles are usually round or oval and are usually less than a quarter of an inch in diameter. They can be found anywhere on the body and can be either flat or raised. Most people have a few moles, and they are usually benign (noncancerous).
Skin Growth Treatments At Klinik Dia Raissa
There are many treatments available for skin growth, but the best option depends on the type of growth you have and your overall health. At Klinik Dia Raissa we will analyze and recommend the best treatment for every client.
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