Moles are removed using a diathermy procedure which shaves away the mole and cauterises the wound bed. An injection of local anaesthetic is used to numb the area prior to removal. All clients are advised to see their GP in order to have the mole checked in order to ensure it is safe for removal.
Following removal, there will be a flat, light brown mark in place of the mole. The body will form a scab and once the wound has healed, the scab will come away. After care and scar management will be explained, and it is advised to apply a silicone gel, such as Kelocote, to help reduce the risk of scarring.
The diathermy method ensures a safe, precise, quick removal, leaving minimal to no scarring.
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