Cysts are among the most common skin conditions that affect a majority of the general populace. A cyst is a non-cancerous sac of fluid that is present right under the surface of the skin. It usually occurs as a result of some skin infection or due to contact with a foreign object such as jewelry. The different types of cysts include skin cysts, Cherry angioma, epidermoid cysts, dermatofibromas etc. Although cysts are usually harmless, it is important to get them checked in order to be on the safer side.
A person having cysts has bumps anywhere on their skin that is usually filled with some fluid or pus. They depict a slow growth and aren’t painful. In some cases, if there is rupture or disturbance of any kind, they can cause some pain but mostly they are not painful. The size varies from case to case and can range from a needle head to the size of a coin.
Usually the result of some kind of infection, cysts can also occur due to the causes listed below:
Injury that results in the breakage of a vessel
Ducts in the body being blocked that causes fluid to build up.
Any of the above causes can result in a cyst growth on the skin.
Since most causes of cysts are out of our control, they usually cannot be prevented. Most of them go away without any cyst treatment. However, some common precautions like stopping the oil blockage in the skin cells by practicing regular cleansing methods can help the prevention of cysts. In other types such as the ovarian cysts, medication can help avoid further growth. In the case of chalazia, regular cleansing of the eyelid area with a gentle cleanser can prevent the formation and the growth of cysts in the area.
Our cyst treatment methods and their benefits
While most types of cysts go away by themselves without any treatment, it is important to see a doctor in case of excessive redness or pain. The cyst treatment dermatologists usually prescribe includes lotions and ointments which might have adverse effects on your health if used on a long-term basis.
We, on the other hand, use natural cyst treatments that have no side effects. We would apply Dr. Zamir formula on the Cyst which would cause the cyst incrustation. This process takes from 1 to 2 weeks and during this time, a new layer of the skin is developed as a result of which the cyst incrustation will naturally peel off. In some cases, however, a repeated treatment is required.
Our cyst treatment will not leave a scar as it can only be left by a result of cutting/shaving off a layer of the epidermis tissue. In some cases, a mark can be left on the skin, but even that will have a natural texture and will disappear naturally with time.
So if you are having a problem with an unexplained growth on your skin that looks like cysts, then get in touch with us for a fast and effective solution to your problem without the usage of any harmful and powerful chemicals that can have adverse effects on your health.
To know more about cyst treatment and how our experts can help you get rid of cysts, you can always reach out to us at HP Dermatology Centre. We would be glad to help you get a better, healthy skin.
The High Precision Dermatology Centre have its own in house Homeopathic pharmacy. Should you require any medications we can supply these immediately and will talk you through how to use them before you leave the clinic.
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