Shouldnt disfigure. Appropriate laser treatment is both effective and minimally injurious to the treated tissues. If the papules bother the person affected the treatment should provide significant physical and psychological benefit.
Penis "pox" removal. There is usually a scar generated when anything is removed, whether by knife or laser, however, excisions on the penis tend to heal really well compared to other parts of the body so scars are usually less problematic. In my opinion, there is not a big advantage to the laser over other methods of removal and lasers tend to add to the costs.
Yes, but... Pearly penile papules along the corona of glans penis are benign, harmless so no practical reason to remove it with laser vaporization. Remember: any tissue injury heals up with a scar of some degree, although possibly being barely visible; physician is still physician, not magician despite applying many modern high-tech tools... So, some scar is expected but may vary in appearance among men.
Yes. A resurfacing/fractionated laser can be used to help diminish and remove the lesions. Scarring risk are always there but can be minimized by having the laser surgery done by an experienced physician.
Do not remove. It is unnecessary to remove and although theoretically possible would likely lead to irreversible scarring which would be bigger problem than normal variant.
I have pearly penile papules... I dont have money for laser or sugery... ive been doing some research and it seens that you can get them removed by u?
PEARLY PENILE PAPULE. PEARLY PENILE PAPULES ARE BENIGN GROWTHS AROUND THE HEAD OF THE PENIS. THEY ARE NOT CANCEROUS IF YOU SEEM TO BE WORRIED ABOUT THEM. THEY ARE NOT CONTAGIOUS OR INFECTIOUS. THEY CAN BE REMOVED BY A DERMATOLOGIST. NOT A PROBLEM. . .
Reassurance. I think you can reassure your partner that the condition is completely common and benign. If, however, you have lesions of the penis they appear to be changing in character or become painful, then you should have further evaluation.
They are normal. That's the truth.
Education. Pearly penile papules (ppp) are considered a normal variant. They are not contracted or spread through sexual activity. Ppp are seen more frequently in uncircumcised men. What causes ppp to develop are not known. You should take her with you to your dermatologist, as this may help her better understand. Also there are surgical treatments available to help remove ppp. Hope this helps.
Yes. Penile pearly papules are anatomic variations that can occur before the age of 18. It can occur earlier or even later depending on your body.
Yes. They are normal in uncircumcised adults.
Absolutely! Pearly penile papules are most commonly found in men between the ages of 20 and 30, and are noted to exhibit a gradual decrease in frequency with aging.
Not much. The glands are tiny spots with cheezy material which can be extracted. The papules are solid. Both are tiny, benign, & best left alone.
Laser. You may want to see a dermatologist for consultation. They may offer you the option of using a laser to remove the papules.
Don't need to. These are normal findings for men and do not require treatment. If they are bothersome, the only way to get rid of them is by surgical excision. Topical creams creams are not indicated for this.
Laser Surgery. Any ablative surgery (like co2) can be used to remove the lesions with minimal to no scarring if done correctly.