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Laser keratoma removal
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Keratoma laser removal

Laser keratoma removal is a surgical procedure that vaporizes the affected cells with a laser.


  • Keratoma
  • Seborrheic keratosis
  • Senile keratomas
  • Actinic keratosis


  • Suspected malignancy

Preparing for the procedure

No special training required.

Laser Keratoma Removal

During the procedure, the affected cells are evaporated layer by layer by a laser beam to healthy tissues. Thanks to ultra-short laser pulses, the procedure does not require anesthesia, does not cause discomfort and is well tolerated by patients. The Intenz laser from MedArt, Denmark has a variety of keratoma removal tips at different sites. If the keratoma is flat, then a high-precision scanner is used to accurately and evenly remove the layer of affected cells.

Recommendations after the procedure

  • Do not tan for 3 months
  • Apply SPF30 or higher sunscreen

Before and after photos


Prices laser keratoma removal in Kiev

Keratoma removal, per 1 pc. Ø up to 5mm400 UAH30 minutes
Keratoma, per 1 piece, Ø from 5mm550 UAH30 minutes
Repeated procedure to delete the same element-15% 
Application anesthesia+ 15%20 minutes
Injection pain relief170 UAH10 minutes

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this dangerous?

Keratomas usually do not degenerate into skin cancer, but other skin pathologies can be hidden under the appearance of a keratoma. We recommend that you see a doctor.

How many procedures will you need?

Usually 1 procedure is enough, but if there are multiple keratomas on the body, then a second procedure may be necessary.

Is pain relief required?

In most cases, pain relief is not necessary. Intenz CO2 laser is highly accurate, ensuring minimal damage to healthy tissue.

How long is the recovery period?

The recovery period lasts about 5 days and does not require special care.

Is relapse possible?

Yes, relapse is possible, especially after removal of actinic (solar) keratosis. In order to prevent relapse, it is recommended to use SPF and avoid sunlight.

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