Xanthelasma Surgical Removal And Recovery Among the dangers of xanthelasma surgical treatment is that you will most probably end up with surgical excision marks.
The cuts will most likely be a little red and a bit bumpy, but in two weeks they will look far better and will continue to recover throughout the year after the operation, although the white marks from the procedure will always remain.
After a week or 2, the stitches are removed and the cuts will hopefully not trigger any more discomfort in the individual.
To reduce the threat of the treated xanthelasma relapsing, your cosmetic surgeon cuts the entire Xanthelasma in one surgery.
After surgical removal of the Xanthelasma plaques future consultations to make sure of the ongoing success of the xanthelasma surgery.