What is Xanthelasma?

They are yellow or white flattened, fatty deposits that generally tend to form around the upper and lower inside corners of the eye.

They can occur more often in woman than men and may possibly be hereditary, being caused by cells that uptake fat and deposit these from the microcirculation around the affected area to form a localised plaque.

Removal of Xanthelasma

The Yorkshire Skin Hospital offer two procedures for Xanthelasma removal under local anaesthetic.

Microcautery

Surgical excision

This being discussed in detail at your free consultation. The decision as to which is preferable is dependent on the individual case and advised by Dr Wright.

For further information about Xanthelasma Surgery please call The Yorkshire Skin Hospital to arrange your Free Consultation.

Contact us now to arrange your free consultation.

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