What is a fibroma and which are the principle causes for its formation?
A fibroma is a totally benign neoformation of the connective tissue. This skin neoformation can be caused by UV radiations from both artificial light and sun rays.
What to do after a skin fibroma has been spotted.
Once the blemish on the skin has been recognized as a fibroma, the latter can safely be cut off for cosmetic reasons, or to zero the risk of irritation and of damage which may be found around the areas undergoing ceaseless pressures, such as the neck, the waist and the trunk at breast height.
Can a non-surgical methodology be used to remove a skin fibroma?
A fibroma can be treated with a Plexr (soft surgery piece of equipment) and a plasma generator which works on the outer skin stratum wearing out (sublimation) the tissue to be removed. Since there is no use of a lancet, there are neither cuts nor stiches. It is possible to remove fibroids even with traditional surgical equipment, such as an electrical surgical unit or a traditional lancet.
Which are the advantages of using a Plexr to remove fibroids?
Plexr treatments fall into the so-called “non-ablative surgery”, in other words, they are treatments that guarantee the results of cosmetic surgery, without causing scars. The Plexr-surgery could be defined “soft surgery” because it is performed without lancets, sutures, and blood shedding. Moreover, the time needed for healing is considerably reduced. The results are permanent.