Benign tumors are manifestations of damage skin growths that are congenital or akuisita, without invasive tendencies, and metastasis, can be derived from the vascular and non-vascular. Benign tumors facial skin, a benign tumor that requires special attention. Because of its location on the face, the aesthetic aspect / cosmetic prominent role.
Benign tumors on the face of the most common is pigmentosus nevus. nevus pigmentosus that require attention for faster recommended when the appointment is found in the mucosa (mouth, eyes) and certain areas "for example the tip of the nose, nasolabial folds or the boundary between the skin and mucosa.
Other benign tumors is xanthelasma, Syringoma, adenomas sebaseum, trichoepithelioma, seborrheic keratosis, skin tag, cysts, limfangioma, keratoacanthoma, dermatofibroma, keloids, granuloma piogenicum and hemangioma. These benign tumors usually with a scalpel powder acts produce scarring that are cosmetically satisfactory. Multiple benign tumors are often discovered after the age of 40 years, seborrheic keratosis is. Therapy is the most convenient and inexpensive electric surgical manner. Early appearance of benign tumors that are sometimes difficult to distinguish from early malignancy, such as solitary trikoepitelioma difficult to distinguish with basal cell carcinoma. Therefore histology tumors that appear benign tumor needs to be done in the interests or the interests of the patient's physician.
Surgical treatment of benign tumors, early conducted will provide a more optimal satisfaction. For example in xanthelasma, conducted earlier appointment will give better results. Surgical scalpel when done lege artist generally without any complications. For certain areas such areas: eyebrows, nasolabial folds, instead fusiform incision technique but tailored to the needs. In general eyebrow incision V and W plasty, being around the nose when Pertu with T incision plasty.
All this surgery will give optimal results when the operator has been trained. Surgical skin is one way to cure skin disorders, which should be known, understood and practiced by medical ethics guidelines.