MOLE REMOVAL from the face and body

Moles, also referred to as melanocytic nevi, are a common form of skin growth. They are capable of appearing anywhere on the skin.


Several techniques are available, despite the fact that the vast majority of moles requiring treatment are completely excised for pathological analysis.

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Laser removal is typically recommended for moles that are noncancerous or benign. These moles are removed for cosmetic reasons and may be flatter and lighter in color.
Due to recent advances in laser technology, surgeons can remove moles without surgery by penetrating the skin deeply and with sufficient force.

Laser mole removal utilizes light energy to disintegrate mole pigment. Laser mole removal is an effective method for removing facial moles with minimal risk of scarring.  A quick consultation at Natural Clinic can determine if you are a suitable candidate for laser mole removal. 


Some noncancerous moles can be shaved off for cosmetic purposes under local anesthesia. In shave removal, the surgeon uses a fine scalpel to remove the mole with care. For electrosurgical ablation, a device with a microscopic electrode at its tip can be used. Feathering reduces the appearance of an excision by fusing the wound’s edges to the surrounding skin. A surgical excision does not require sutures.

There may still be a pink mark on your skin where the mole once was, but it should gradually fade away. The mole is then typically examined under a microscope for indications of skin cancer. 


Surgical removal is more extensive than shaving removal and resembles conventional surgery.The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, and a small skin suture is required afterward. Your dermatologist removes the entire mole, including the subcutaneous fat layer, and sutures the incision. The mole will then be evaluated for cancer cells.

 Never attempt to remove a mole on your own. Too great are the risks of infection and scarring. If the mole was cancerous, there is a chance that cancerous cells will remain in the body. 


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Frequently asked questions

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The number of moles is significantly influenced by genetic characteristics and sun exposure. However, moles may very well appear in areas that are shielded from the sun. 

  After the age of 35, new moles may necessitate a medical examination and possibly a biopsy. A newly appearing mole in an adult may be a sign of melanoma in its early stages. Each new or growing mole must be evaluated by an experienced dermatologist. 

  You must consult a physician in the following situations: 

  If there has been a change in size, color, or shape over time. 

If the mole exhibits asymmetry. 

If the mole has an abnormal shape. 

If the mole’s diameter is larger than usual. 

If the mole has several colors. 

The area to be treated will initially be washed. Depending on the surgeon’s preferences, the surgery will be performed with alcohol or another suitable product. The surgical area will then be rendered unconscious. This operation takes little time on average. Depending on the size of the mole and the method of excision, a sterile drape may be applied to the affected area. 

In ablation with shave without stitches, the surgeon shaves the mole at or just below the skin’s surface. The area will be cauterized or burned with an electrical instrument, or a solution will be applied to stop any bleeding. The surgeon traces the mole, cleans the area, and administers anesthesia during excisional removal with stitches. Using a scalpel, he then removes the mole and its border. Depending on the depth of the mole, the stitches are either placed deep within the mole or on its surface. 

After the procedure, petroleum jelly and a bandage should be applied to the wound. Once or twice per day, clean the wound with water or diluted hydrogen peroxide. Apply Vaseline and a bandage after cleansing the wound. This process is repeated until the wound is completely healed. The surgeon will provide you with additional instructions and suggestions.