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PearlyPenilePapules.co.uk Launches an Effective Pearly Penile Papules Removal Service
Date:8/23/2013

London (PRWEB) August 23, 2013

Pearlypenilepapules.co.uk has just launched an effective pearly penile papules removal service to help patients suffering from PPP.

Pearly penile papules can be very uncomfortable for men suffering from the condition. Although they aren't actually harmful to someone’s general health, the Pearly Penile Papules Centre in London is now offering treatment, advice and support to patients who are looking to get rid of them altogether.

Dr. Joshua Berkowitz, the clinic’s chief surgeon, administers a local anaesthetic and carries out the removal treatment, which involves the emission of electrical pulses to the affected area. He charges just £595 for the removal procedure, which also includes cost of the initial consultation.

Talking about how to remove PPP and the other treatment options available, Dr. Berkowitz told the media spokesperson, “We also offer CO2 laser here at the clinic, but as it’s more expensive yet no more effective, almost everyone opts for hifrecation.”

Patients need to abstain from sex and masturbation for the 10 days following the treatment as the skin needs time to recover completely. However, patients can otherwise lead a normal life without any discomfort or pain. It is a highly effective and completely safe procedure, which can be carried out in less than 30 minutes.

Dr. Joshua offered further explanation about the aftermath of the procedure, saying, “The Pearly Penile Papule removal treatment ensures a completely papule-free penis and will cause no scarring or bruising. The treatment will not alter the penis’ sensation or sensitivity and it will function exactly as before.”

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