MOLE REMOVAL - Mrig Hair And Skin Clinic


Most moles are harmless, but your doctor may advise you to have one removed if it appears suspicious. Moles can also be removed for cosmetic reasons. Regardless of whether a person chooses surgical excision or shaving to remove a mole, the procedure is quick and painless once the area is numb. For a few days after surgery, you may experience stinging or burning in the area.

In India, scar-free mole removal is performed by a team of skilled dermatologists using cutting-edge technology. In India, laser treatment uses powerful bursts of light radiation to break down melanin pigment clumps in the skin, gradually removing moles.

The cost of laser treatment for mole removal and surgical excision in India may be less than in other European countries. Furthermore, total removal of the mole cells necessitates two or three surgical procedures, raising the treatment plan’s cost.

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What is Mole?

Moles, which can range in colour from your natural skin tone to pink, brown, or black, are common in childhood and adolescence. People with darker hair or skin have more dark moles than people with lighter hair or skin. Moles can be flat or elevated from the surface of the skin. Your doctor may call your mole a nevus, or a group of moles nevi.

You should have 10-40 moles by the time you reach adulthood. Some moles grow slowly and lighten or disappear over time. Most moles are harmless, but if you have any concerns about the appearance of a mole, or if it changes colour or shape, becomes itchy, or bleeds, you should see a doctor.

Moles can occasionally be cancerous or precancerous. If your mole is itchy, the bleeds are not round or oval, or the appearance changes, consult your doctor.

What is Mole Removal Surgery?

During a mole removal surgery in India, your dermatologist will shave or cut a mole to remove it from your skin. A dermatologist is a doctor who specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions. It is usually an outpatient procedure that allows your doctor to examine the mole for skin cancer. Certain people also remove moles for cosmetic reasons.

The vast majority of moles do not necessitate treatment. If, on the other hand, you are unhappy with the way your mole looks or feels, you should consider having it removed. Consult your doctor if you are concerned about a mole. Moles are frequently removed if your provider suspects they are cancerous or for cosmetic reasons.

There are two types of moles removal:

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Typical Mole Removal

Moles are typically spherical, flat, or slightly elevated in colour, and they maintain their shape and size over time. However, if your mole appears abnormal (dysplastic), your doctor may recommend removing it in order to determine whether it is cancerous (malignant) or not (benign).

Cosmetic Mole Removal

You may dislike the appearance or texture of your mole, whether it was present at birth or developed over time. Discuss your concerns with your healthcare provider if you have a suspicious mole. Do not attempt to remove moles on your own. It is safer to have a medical professional remove a mole, and you will be pleased with your appearance after recovery.

What are the Types of Mole Removal Procedures?

Your doctor or dermatologist may recommend the most effective method for mole removal.

Shave excision: Shave excision is one of the most common methods used by dermatologists to remove moles. After numbing the area, the mole will be removed with a scalpel and no stitches will be necessary. The mole has been extremely superficially “shaved.” Typically, the procedure lasts less than one minute and is relatively painless.

Surgical Excision: Surgical excision involves cutting around the mole, removing the entire thickness of the skin, and then suturing the area closed. This will leave a scar, but it will be barely noticeable, and the mole is less likely to return as a result of this procedure.

How Mole Removal Surgical Procedure is Performed?

Before the Procedure

  • Before removing a mole, you should visit a dermatologist to ensure that it is not a melanoma.
  • When the mole has been evaluated, it must be decided if brush removal or excision will produce the best results.
  • With larger moles, shave removal is usually performed, which produces an excellent cosmetic outcome. Excision is usually performed on apartment moles.
  • The treatment area will be cleaned before being numbed with a local anesthetic.

During the Procedure

Surgical Excision: Excision is a common method for removing moles. Your surgeon will use a scalpel to separate your mole from the rest of your skin after cleaning and numbing the region. Depending on the type of mole, a margin of good skin will be excised to verify that all abnormal cells are removed. The mole is then lifted away using forceps to grab the portion. Bleeding is typical, and before stitching the region back together, your surgeon may apply pressure to the area or burn (cauterize) it to stop the bleeding.

Shave Excision: Shave excision is another frequent method for removing moles. Your doctor may be able to remove a mole by shaving rather than cutting it. Shave excision can offer a tissue sample for study, and most people are pleased with the outcomes following healing. However, shave excision is ineffective for examining deep tumor margins and cannot be utilized to differentiate between different forms of skin cancer.

Your healthcare professional will use a single or double-bladed razor to delicately shave the growth off to the level of the skin around it for shave excision mole removal. They may mildly burn (cauterize) the region surrounding the removed mole in order to improve the appearance of any scars that form after healing.

Moles removed by shave incision are somewhat more likely to reappear than moles removed surgically.

After the Procedure

  • No hospitalization is required, and the patient will most likely be discharged.
  • After removing a mole, the wound area should be kept clean and a sterile bandage should be used.
  • Patients may wash and shower the day after surgery, lightly dabbing the affected area dry.
  • As the shave excision site heals over the next week or so, antibiotic ointment is applied every day.
  • Sunscreen is also necessary to protect the surgery site from UV exposure for a year after the scar has faded.
  • Simple mole removals usually do not necessitate a follow-up, but if anything unusual is seen in the biopsy report, you should reconsider the physician.
  • Stitches are normally removed after 7 to 21 days.
  • It is critical to prevent harm to the region.



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