I’m 26 years old, I have Fordyce Spots but I have to say I’m a little scared by the idea of radiosurgery. Is it possible for these spots to just disappear if I do not follow any treatment?

The small, white sebaceous protrusions, also known as Fordyce’s spots or sebaceous prominence, do have the tendency to recede after a period of time, but this is problematic since there is no way of determining exactly how long it will take for them to completely disappear. It is also uncertain that they will disappear at all if no removal treatment is undergone, some people presenting this skin condition throughout their lives.

If the skin lesions are especially prominent, then the patient’s sexual life may be affected and consequently create long lasting intimacy issues. Under these circumstances, waiting for the Fordyce Spots to disappear without any treatment is not advisable.

Radiosurgery is a safe, fast and painless method of Fordyce Spots removal that has consistently produced excellent aesthetic results while presenting no risk for the patient. Our experienced medical specialists are ready to place their extensive knowledge of the field at your disposal in order to improve the quality of your life.