Most moles are benign or non-cancerous, however changes in certain attributes are signs you should have the moles checked by professionals. Whether it is for health or cosmetic reasons, moles and other skin lesions can be removed efficiently using advanced removal procedures.
Benefits of using Laser
There are various benefits of using laser technology to remove moles. It is less invasive than surgical excision, causes no bleeding, does not require stitches. It is an efficient and simple procedure, with minimal discomfort and a faster healing rate.
The body’s natural healing process replaces the damaged tissue with healthy tissue. Depending on the size and the extent of the removal, the area typically takes 7-10 days to heal. For the first 72 hours, it is important to keep the wound dry and clean, before the scab forms over it. The skin’s complexion may still be a bit red, though this will gradually blend in with the rest of the normal skin colour as the healing progresses. When the wound healing is complete, the scab will eventually fall off and new, healthy skin is regenerated.
It is possible for moles to regrow after removal, but our practice offers follow-up treatments to ensure that we have entirely removed the mole lesion.