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How does Mole Removal work?

Moles can be a very embarrassing, confidence-hitting concern that you wish you could be rid of forever. A mole may form when pigment cells cluster within the skin, and they often appear as a brown, black or skin-coloured spot on the surface of the skin. Whilst there is no specific cause of moles, it is known that hormones, genetics, your immune system and sun exposure can influence the formation of moles.

Thankfully, mole removal treatment is a common way to remove moles from your skin, due to being both a safe and effective form of treatment. Moles that present no danger to you and your health can be removed, whilst unusual moles will need to be examined before any treatment can be performed.

Mole Removal Treatment

Mole removal is a very effective treatment for tackling moles and skin lesions, and there are different ways in which they can be removed, including excision removal and shave removal. Excision removal involves cutting away the entire mole in order to be examined by a pathologist,and is done under local anaesthesia, with the wound closed by stitches in the skin.

Shave removal is best used for a mole that sticks out from the skin, with a scalpel used to shave it away. This procedure is also done under local anaesthesia, however there are no stitches required. Once the treatment is complete, there will be a pink or brown mark left on the skin, however this typically fades away. This form of mole removal is particularly suited to harmless moles located on the skin, leaving behind as little scarring as possible.

The Benefits of Mole Removal

Improved Skin Appearance – Moles can often be a very unsightly feature of your skin, and this is one of the main reasons behind people having their mole removed. Once your mole is removed, your skin will be much clearer and much nicer on the eye.

Less Pain and Skin Irritation – A mole can sometimes be the cause of pain and irritation,depending on its position. If the mole constantly rubs against clothing, comes into contact with a hairbrush or even catches on a piece of jewellery, you can experience pain and irritation. Once the mole has been removed, you will no longer have such pain and irritation to experience.

Peace of Mind – The biggest problem with moles is that some of them can cause a greater threat to your overall health. Some moles can be cancerous, so removing unusual moles can give you peace of mind that you don’t have further medical issues.

Sometimes, moles can be much more than an eye-sore, and so it is important for you to always monitor moles, knowing that mole removal can be the perfect solution for you.

Moles can be a very embarrassing, confidence-hitting concern that you wish you could be rid of forever. A mole may form when pigment cells cluster within the kin, and they often appear as a brown, black or skin-coloured spot on the surface of the skin. Whilst there is no specific cause of moles, it is known that hormones, genetics, your immune system and sun exposure can influence the formation of moles.

Thankfully, mole removal treatment is a common way to remove moles from your skin, due to being both a safe and effective form of treatment.Moles that present no danger to you and your health can be removed, whilst unusual moles will need to be examined before any treatment can be performed.

Mole Removal Treatment

Mole removal is a very effective treatment for tackling moles and skin lesions, and there are different ways in which they can be removed, including excision removal and shave removal. Excision removal involves cutting away the entire mole in order to be examined by a pathologist,and is done under local anaesthesia, with the wound closed by stitches in the skin.

Shave removal is best used for a mole that sticks out from the skin, with a scalpel used to shave it away. This procedure is also done under local anaesthesia, however there are no stitches required. Once the treatment is complete, there will be a pink or brown mark left on the skin,however this typically fades away. This form of mole removal is particularly suited to harmless moles located on the skin, leaving behind as little scarring as possible.

The Benefits of Mole Removal

Improved Skin Appearance – Moles can often be a very unsightly feature of your skin, and this is one of the main reasons behind people having their mole removed. Once your mole is removed, your skin will be much clearer and much nicer on the eye.

Less Pain and Skin Irritation – A mole can sometimes be the cause of pain and irritation,depending on its position. If the mole constantly rubs against clothing, comes into contact with a hairbrush or even catches on a piece of jewellery, you can experience pain and irritation. Once the mole has been removed, you will no longer have such pain and irritation to experience.

Peace of Mind – The biggest problem with moles is that some of them can cause a greater threat to your overall health. Some moles can be cancerous, so removing unusual moles can give you peace of mind that you don’t have further medical issues.

Sometimes, moles can be much more than an eye-sore, and so it is important for you to always monitor moles, knowing that mole removal can be the perfect solution for you.

If you have a mole that you are self conscious about, or that is causing you concern, give us a call today on: 0161 236 6500.