Nail surgery using CO2 laser

Dr. Cannata with CO2 laser

Advantages:

 

  • Cutting speed
  • Simple to use
  • Atraumatic procedure

    Glomus tumour 

    Francesca, age 46 - 3rd finger left hand.

    Glomus tumour
    Glomus tumour operation
    post operation

    After 1 year


    Squamous cell carcinoma  

    Sebastiano, age 52 - index finger left hand

    After 2 years

    Viral wart 

    Carmela, age 44 - 2nd toe left foot.

    After 8 months

    Viral wart 

    Giacomo, age 76 - middle finger left hand.

    After 2 years

    Nail diseases

    INGROWN TOENAIL 
    Carla, age 11 - big toe left foot

    Ingrown toenail

    After 1 year

     

     

     

    An ingrown toenail or onychocryptosis is the painful result of damage to the lateral nail grooves, usually affecting the big toe and often in young people.

    ONYCHOGRYPHOSIS
    Carla, age 90 - oychogryphosis of the big toe, right foot - total phenolisation

    Onychogryphosis
    Onychogryphosis post treatment

    After 1 year

     

     

     

    An abnormal thickening of the nail which is painful and makes walking difficult; most commonly affects the nail of the big toe and often in older people.

    SUBUNGAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA
    Ettore, age 56 - right thumb, treated with CO2 laser

    Subungal squamous cell carcinoma
    after operation

    After 1 year

     

     

     

    The most common type of tumour, sometimes confused with periungal warts

    PERIUNGAL WARTS
    Franca, age 44 - 2nd toe right foot, treated with CO2 laser

    Periungal wart
    Post CO2 treatment

    After 8 months

     

     

     

    Warts are of a viral nature and should be removed

    GLOMUS TUMOUR
    Giulia, age 59 - index finger left hand - treated with CO2 laser

    Glomus tumour
    After the operation

    After 1 year

     

     

     

    A glomangioma or glomus tumour is a rare neoplasm, usually benign, part of a small group of painful tumours which occur cutaneously and subcutaneously, and also includes post-traumatic neuromas, leiomyomas, eccrine spiroadenomi and angiolipomas.

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