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What are the available Sebaceous Hyperplasia removal treatments and how effective are they in clearing the skin of sebaceous papules? 

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Answer for What are the Sebaceous Hyperplasia removal treatments? from Renew Skin Team
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Sebaceous Hyperplasia is a sebaceous skin disorder which manifests itself through the appearance of a multitude of small, white, dome-shaped papules due to the excessive accumulation of sebum. Similar to acne, these skin protrusions appear especially in the case of middle-aged and elderly adults, but do not cause any kind of physical discomfort. While not harmful in any way, the papules can be quite unaesthetic and may lead to a great deal of social problems. Fortunately, there are a number of treatments available to those who wish to remove the unaesthetic skin protrusions. These sebaceous hyperplasia removal treatments may vary from natural remedies, such as certain pastes made out of mint, turmeric, oatmeal and cinnamon, to specialized treatments, such as cryosurgery, cautery, laser treatment, photodynamic therapy, excision surgery and radiosurgery.

At Renew Skin & Health Clinic, we recommend radiosurgery as being the optimal solution for removing the symptoms of the Sebaceous Hyperplasia. Radiosurgery is an efficient, non-invasive Sebaceous Hyperplasia removal treatment that can produce incredible aesthetic results with very little risk. Due to the fact that the procedure acts only upon the superficial strata of the epidermis by making precise, micro-smooth incisions, the chances of any scarring taking place are close to none. After a detailed consultation, during which your options and the limitations of the treatment are thoroughly discussed, one of our experienced cosmetic surgeons will use high-frequency, low-temperature radio waves to target the affected area and eliminate the affected sebaceous glands safely, with no damage to the adjacent tissues. Because it is such a delicate procedure, Dr. Jha, a well-established cosmetic surgeon and skin rejuvenation specialist, strongly believes that it is by far the best solution from treating the skin of the face. The fact that the radio waves also cauterize the tissue while they eliminate the papules means that the risk of hemorrhage and infection is drastically reduced. After you undergo the procedure, no downtime or hospitalization period is necessary.

If you wish to effectively remove the protrusions which characterize the Sebaceous Hyperplasia skin disorder, simply schedule an appointment at Renew Skin & Health Clinic Head Office in order to benefit from excellent treatment.

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