Removal of these changes is simple and is carried out in the form of so-called small surgical procedures, which implies local anesthesia without the need for special rest after the surgery. Some changes can be removed without sewing, ie without healing the scarring.

Skin changes that are surgically removed are:

  • jellyfish,
  • spleen, warts,
  • fibroids (connective tissue buildup),
  • angiomas (capillary arteries),
  • keratosis,
  • ateromi (ciste lojnice),
  • lipoma (benign fatty tissue),
  • neurophibers and the like.

The scarring lasts for several months, and the final results are visible after about a year.