Leishmaniasis or cutaneous leishmaniasis is one of the most common diseases in Iran, which is the most important disease transmitted by insects after malaria. This disease is native to many tropical countries of the world and is still one of the health problems of Iran and about 80 countries. The hallmark of this disease with parasitic agent is obvious wounds that may occur anywhere on the body. In open areas of the body, especially the face, hands and feet are visible and have adverse psychological effects on the person. In cutaneous leishmaniasis, the first sign is usually a raised mosquito bite. This bulge is usually seen after a few weeks or months and is a carrier of the parasite. As the infection spreads, the bumps also increase. The primary bulge grows slowly and often opens into a wound that has a closed scab or seepage. The wound usually heals on its own after a few months, but it stays in place for several years, or in some cases forever.
If you have been bitten by a mosquito, you are more likely to get a leishmaniasis infection, so you should see a dermatologist right away for treatment. It does not exist, but the sooner you treat it, the less likely it is to scar and the smaller it will be.
Unfortunately, one of the common methods of treating leishmaniasis scars has been surgery in medical books so far, which according to the research of a skilled Iranian dermatologist, Dr. Amir Feily is a completely incorrect method. In this method, the affected area of skin is removed, and the surrounding skin is pulled and sutured, which usually leaves the stitches line. This method, despite removing the scar, can not completely erase its appearance.
According to Dr. Feily: Sometimes it is possible to swim against the tide and achieve unexpected results.” He advises his colleagues that “It is not proper to operate the leishmaniasis scars, contrary to the recommendations of medical books, because most scar lesions can be treated with limited laser sessions.”
In laser therapy, short, focused beams of light are applied to the affected skin to produce new collagen by removing it layer by layer, and to repair damaged skin.” Each time a laser is passed, more cells are removed. The laser also penetrates the middle layers of the skin and makes the skin firmer and smoother. Depending on the severity and type of scar, the number of treatment sessions is determined to achieve better results. This method, unlike other methods, has permanent results.
With the discovery of this very effective method, Dr. Amir Feily has achieved amazing results, and the leishmaniasis scars have been magically completely removed from the client’s face by this method and the healthy and bright skin has replaced it.
Faster treatment measures reduce the psychological effects on people who suffer from this problem because the scar created on the skin can also affect a person’s self-confidence and keep him away from society day by day. But with Dr. Feily’s special treatment methods, there is no need to worry anymore, and you just need to free yourself in the hands of this capable and talented doctor to realize the miracle of his treatment.