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Moles Removal Treatment Services in Hyderabad

Moles are small brown or black patches which form on the skin. They can be flat to the skin or elevated, and some may have hair growing from them. They are usually regular in shape and formed in either a circular or oval outline. They are caused by clusters of skin cells which produce the pigment in your skin. Most moles are completely harmless, however, some can be cancerous and extremely dangerous if allowed to grow unchecked. It is therefore very important that moles are regularly reviewed by a trained practitioner, any developments in size and shape closely monitored, and any suspicious or worrying moles removed before developing into something more dangerous.

How to check your Moles?

A mole can change as quickly as a few weeks or months, so you should check your skin every few months for new moles or changes to existing ones.

  • A mole should have a round and regular shape and not be asymmetrical
  • The edges of the mole should be smooth and not jagged
  • It's normal for moles to be one or two colours (usually brown), but look out for changes in colour, patchiness or if the mole is multi-coloured
  • Check for increases in size or if the mole is larger than 5mm across
  • Is the mole changing in shape, colour or size?

What are Moles? 

Moles vary in color and shape, and are usually benign. Some are flesh-colored, while others are dark brown, blue, and red. Moles may protrude or look flat, and can appear anywhere on the body.

What Causes Moles in the Body?

Moles are the result of clustering melanocytes or skin cells that produce melanin. Melanin is the color pigmentation that while usually distributed evenly throughout the body sometimes groups together to form moles.

How Are Moles Removed?

Because moles extend down past the epidermis, simple shaving or burning won’t remove them fully. Complete excision is therefore the optimal way to ensure total removal of the mole. Failing to fully remove a mole generally results in regrowth.

Never try to remove a mole at home

While it may seem more convenient to shave off or cut out a mole yourself, there are three very good reasons a dermatologist should remove it:

  • Skin cancer: If the mole contains skin cancer, some of the cancer cells can stay in the skin and even spread.
  • Scarring: You can disfigure your skin causing a scar.
  • Infection: A dermatologist uses sterile equipment to prevent infection.

Does It Hurt to Have a Mole Removed?

No. Before the procedure, the area involved is numbed so there is no discomfort involved.

How Do I Care for the Area Afterward?

Once the mole is removed, there will likely be a small red mark that shows where the mole was before. You should care for this area by using ointment, cleaning the area, and covering it with a small dressing. Depending upon the size and location of the mole that was removed, you may have some additional care instructions from Our Best doctor.

As the area heals, a scab will form. After the scab forms, it drops off to leave a smoother piece of skin.

Can a Mole Grow Back After It’s Removed?

If the mole has been removed by being shaved off, and the cells were not removed completely, it is possible that the mole might grow back. However, it’s difficult to predict in which moles this will happen.

When Should You Have a Mole Removed?

There are several reasons you may consider having a mole removed. Sometimes, the mole is located on the face and it may be removed for cosmetic reasons. In other cases, the mole may show indications of skin cancer, and a biopsy needs to be performed to see if it is cancerous or benign. Cancerous moles should usually be removed.

Will I Have a Scar After the Procedure?

Dermatologists are experts at mole removal, and when an incision is made to remove the mole, it is carefully camouflaged within the folds of the skin, which means that you’ll have no visible scarring.

How Long Will the Stitches Remain in Place?

After the mole removal procedure, the stitches will be in place for five to seven days.

When Can You Resume Normal Routine After a Mole Removal?

After the mole removal, you should be able to immediately return to work or your normal routine, much in the same way that you return to work after seeing a dentist.

How long does the procedure take?

From start to finish, a Laser Mole Removal appointment takes about 30 minutes. Mostly this involves discussion about the procedure and the aftercare. The actual laser treatment only takes approximately 5 minutes for each mole.

Does it hurt? Will the patient feel the laser?

The laser treatment itself isn’t at all painful. The local anaesthetic given prior to the procedure can sting a little, like any injection. But once it has started working, the patient will not feel the laser treatment when it begins. The Doctor will test that the area is numb before starting.

When can the patient return to work?

Patients can return to work straight away in most cases as the procedure is similar in nature to attending the Dentist. If the moles have been removed from a visible place then people could notice where they have been removed.


Moles Removal Treatment by Eudermiz in Hyderabad

At Eudermiz Clinic in Hyderabad, we offer full skin assessment for the detection of abnormal moles and provide advice on treatment at our specialist clinic. Recognising that prevention is the best cure, we also advise on personal Skin Care so that further skin conditions can be avoided. We could remove any moles that look suspicious or malignant. Later, if necessary we would organize a pathological examination under the microscope with a report being issued the next few days. We are also able to remove moles for cosmetic reasons by using a number of different techniques.

Call us to book an Appointment for Microneedling RF Treatment at Eudermiz, our mobile no. Is +91-63055 35324, and our clinic phone no. is +91-4048520728, you can also email us for an appointment. Our email ID is - [email protected]


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