Cholesterol Deposit Removal
Cholesterol deposits (xanthelasma) are cholesterol-filled, soft, flat, and yellowish bumps. They tend to appear on the upper and lower eyelids near the inner corner of the eye and sometimes join together to form larger lumps. They are more common in women than men and more likely to develop in middle age and older adults.
There are several ways to remove xanthelasma. These include cryotherapy that is freezing with liquid nitrogen (N2O COOL) or liquid carbon dioxide (CO2 COOL), ablative laser, surgical excision, electrocautery (destruction of the lesion with an electric electrode), and thermo-coagulation.
At LiLyDermis, based on the condition of the lesions we perform the best treatment option for fat deposit or cholesterol deposit removal.
To learn more about this procedure, schedule your free consultation today by contacting LiLyDermis at 587-231-9901 or simply book online through our website.