Pearly Penile Papules (Scientific name 'Hirsuties Coronae Glandis'), are small white or skin coloured dome-like spots or growths that appear on the head of the penis. Pearly Penile Papules often grow in a linear formation around the circumference of the penis (like a string of pearls) which partially gives the name to the condition. The spots or growths are visible when the foreskin is pulled back and are commonly situated at the base, or widest part of the glans of the penis.
Misconceptions and Myths About Pearly Penile Papules
Pearly Penile Papules are completely harmless, non-contagious and are not transmitted sexually. As mentioned previously they are often mistaken for HPV warts. There are some remedies which are available on the internet which should be avoided and can cause permanent harm - it is best not to self-treat Pearly Penile Papules if you are unsure but to have them removed by a qualified surgeon or dermatologist.
We can remove Pearly Penile Papules quickly, safely and effectively and we have UK clinics nationwide, so you don't have to travel far.
Removal of Pearly Penile Papules is a relatively simple procedure and can usually be performed quickly with no need for any overnight stay. In some cases it can be done in under an hour.
Cheaper Than You May Think
Most people associate cosmetic surgery procedures with expensive bills and costly prices. The Pearly Penile Papule removal procedure is a low cost procedure and could be cheaper than you think.
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