Mole, Cyst, Lipoma Removal
Moles can be described as a blemish that appears on the face or body that can vary in size, shape and colour. Some moles are flat, while others can have a raised appearance. The majority of moles are usually harmless, however if you notice a change in colour or shape, or if the mole begins to irritate, then you should have it checked by a doctor as these symptoms could be signs of something more serious.
Skin tag is a small protruding bit of skin.
Cyst is a sac filled with fluid or semi-fluid material.
Wart is generally a small or rough growth. There are as many different varieties of warts, the most common considered to be mostly harmless. It is possible to get warts from others as they are contagious and usually enter the body in an area of broken skin.
How can I remove one of the above?
At your consultation, the lesion will be carefully examined by our Specialist who will advise the best method of removal. The mole will be removed through laser or any other method deemed appropriate to the consultant, As in every case the procedure will be first discussed with the patient. In case of Laser this excise the pigmentation in the mole. The pigment is then cleared away by the body’s natural healing processes. A scab forms over the mole which eventually falls away.
What results shall I expect?
The area may turn darker for a few days after the procedure. However, this can be covered up by cosmetics. Patients should avoid exposing the area to sunlight for at least six weeks and use sunscreen when they are outside.
The procedure is generally safe and the risk of scarring is minimal (about 1 percent). Whether or not it is painful depends a lot on the patient’s pain threshold. Some people report feeling a slight tingling during the procedure that feels like someone is snapping a rubber band against their skin.
Treatment starts from € 50