PZP with calluses removal
Price: from 190, 00 zł
Duration: 40-50 minutes
- Effective removal of Calllets
- Additionally, individual relief of pain
- Tackling more serious problems
Although calluses are usually painless, they must be removed immediately. We should report To a subologist immediately when we notice the first disturbing changes. Untreated calluses In addition to unsighting appearance over time can cause pain, as well as the loss of elasticity of the epidermal necks and the resulting cracks, can result in fungal, viral or bacterial infections.
Calluses are caused by non-physiological loading, friction or permanent pressure on one area of the skin. Among the most common causes of this ailment are: deformities in the bony system of the feet, too frequent removal of dead skin and inadequately matched footwear.
PZP with Modzelami is nothing but a preventive treatment (grinding and development of nails, removal of standard keratosis and massing of the preparation) enriched with an additional element-the removal of the Modzeli. Calluses are one example of hyperkeratosis, which is a significant thickening and accumulation of the cored tissue of the epidermal skin in one place. Calluses tend to form a fairly large, flat aggregate of keratinized masses with a yellow colour and a round or oval shape, usually they are painless. The Most common places in the appearance of Callies are: heel, toe, foot edges (on the front) and head of the second, third or fourth metatarsal bones. The main reasons for the emergence of the prayers include deformities in the bone system, wearing inappropriate footwear, and excessive removal of calllets and keratosis on their own in domestic ways.
Stages of the PZP with the removal of the callout
1. Nail Shortening
We shorten our nails with professional pliers, which undergo advanced sterilisation processes after each treatment. Cutting the nails on their own in the wrong way often ends with painful problems, such as. Ingrown nails, so in this matter it is worth to trust our specialist.
2. Develop Nails
Depending on the type of nail plate, suitable cutters for the development of nails are selected.
3. Removal of physiologic keratosis from the soles of the feet
With the help of abrasive caps and scalpel, we remove the basic keratosis
4. Removing calllets
At this stage we remove the calluses with a scalpel. It is completely painless for the patient. Then the areas developed by the Scalper are subjected to smoothing with abrasive caps.
5. Purification of nail shafts and final treatment of nails
Using special preparations and tools, we clean the nail shafts and remove the skins.
6. Choosing the Right Care preparation
Depending on the type of skin, the subologist massaging a dedicated formulation into the foot.
Causes of treatment
The methods of treating calluses depend on the reasons for their formation.
In the case of deformation in the bone system (lowering of the metatarsal heads) permanent removal of the callout will be impossible. However, thanks to regular visits to the Subological office and the use of relieving or cushiing dressings, it is possible to maintain the skin of the feet in good condition.
In the case of modzela formation due to excessive removal, the recommended method of treatment is regular visits to the subologist. Already even a few meetings with a specialist can dramatically improve the condition of the skin.
In the case of modzela formation due to wearing of inappropriate footwear, a change of footwear is recommended. Also, individual orthopedic liners in a relatively short period of time reduce the intensity of the production of the corosum layer of epidermal
Let US Remember that the healed foot still requires additional care m.in. In the form of an excising or cushiing bearing and regular visits to a subological office.
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The Problem of emerging bothersome modzels has been with me for years. It was only a visit to Satin that it made me realize that wearing the wrong footwear would make the calluses continue to return. From his subcologist I got a referral to the orthopedic inserts, which eventually felt relief. Now I just have to be prophylaxis.