Dr . Pall performs the procedure under local anesthesia. Torn Earlobe Repair involves “freshening” the edges of the torn lobe by removing a small amount of skin. Then, using very fine sutures, the earlobe is meticulously repaired to reconstruct a normal, rounded earlobe that matches the natural ear shape.
You will be able to return home immediately after the procedure, with a small bandage covering the stitches. The stitches will be removed after one to two weeks. When the ear lobe gets healed and the scar softens, re-piercing of the repaired earlobe can be done after three month when it is fully healed. You can contact our front desk to know more about earlobe repair.
Cysts are non-cancerous that can occur on in the body. They are made of skin cells, hair follicles and sweat glands. They are firm lumps that are of size 0.5 to 6cm in diameter. A cyst is a walled sac under the skin often containing trapped skin cells. Once formed, a cyst can either resolve or require medical treatment. Common cyst types include epidermal, pilar, and acne cysts. Various types of cysts are epidermal, acne and pilar cysts. They are commonly found on the body and face and can cause embarrassment to people. For some individuals it may cause discomfort. At La Skinnovita cysts can be removed on an outpatient basis. A local anaesthetic is given before the treatment and the treatment is merely done in 20 minutes.
Lipomas can occur at any age in both men and women. The cause of lipomas is unknown. Most of the lipomas are not having any type of symptoms but when pressure is applied one can feel the pain. However, there is a strong genetic tendency. Diagnosis of lipoma is usually made clinically by finding a soft lump under the skin. They usually occur on the back, chest, arms and legs. The lipomas are removed by simple excision. If your lipoma is enlarging or becoming painful then check with your doctor.
Fungal and Ingrown nails are a common problem, and when conservative treatment is not resolving the problem, a partial or total nail avulsion may be required.
Nail Avulsion is removal of infected or fungal nail by the method of chemical destruction. It is a safe and painless procedure that is done under local anaesthesia. A partial or complete removal of nail may be required by application of a chemical. In order to prevent regrowth of the problematic section of the nail phenol is applied. Patients are advised not to drive after this procedure and keep weight bearing activity to the minimum for the day. The wound is checked regularly.