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Syringomas

Acne

What are Syringomas?

Syringomas appear as small bumps that develop under the surface of the skin. They are harmless skin growths of the sweat gland. Onset usually occurs during or after puberty. They can range in size from 1 to 3mm in diameter and most commonly present on the eyelids and around the eyes, however can also occur in other areas such as, underarms, and chest.

Syringomas
  • How are Syringomas treated?
  • What are the immediate post treatment effects and long term results?

Syringomas do not reside by themselves, therefore if they become cosmetically concerning, they are removed by either diathermy or laser ablation. Although the Syringomas are effectively treated, removal may not prevent reoccurrence.

A numbing cream is applied 20-30 mins prior to treatment.

Depending on the number and extensiveness of the Syringomas, it may be recommended to also have Fractional resurfacing. A gentle Fractional Resurfacing treatment often assists in further smoothing out the surface following removal.

The Syringomas are cauterised by fine needle diathermy either insulated or uninsulated or alternatively ablated by CO2 laser treatment. The area is inflamed and becomes mildly crusty for a few days post treatment. A moisturising ointment is recommended to be continued for 5 to 7 days to optimize healing.

1-3 treatments may be required for particularly large Syringomas. Textural improvement is recommended for those with extensive Syringomas. A gentle Fractional Resurfacing assists in smoothing out the surface following removal. The Fractional CO2 /1540nm mixed laser technology. offers superior results.

A comprehensive consultation with one of the Senior Dermal Clinicians is necessary. Please call (03) 8686 5786.

A comprehensive consultation with a MLAC Senior Dermal Clinician or Cosmetic Registered Nurse allows for proper assessment and treatment plan development. Please call our clinical experts on (03) 8686 5786.

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