The removal of moles.
Moles are removed using a diathermy procedure which shaves away the mole and cauterises the wound bed.
Following removal, there will be a flat, light brown mark in place of the mole. An anti-microbial ointment is then applied with a simple dressing to cover the area. Over the following 48 hours the body will then form a scab and once the wound has healed, the scab will come away leaving the skin pink in colour with this gradually lightening as the skin matures.
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Every appointment includes a full consultation, even if you are a returning patient. This is to discuss the treatment and any concerns, as well as to go through the plan of care and complete and sign the consent form.
The procedure can either be completed after the consultation, or at a later date. All consultations are free of charge and there is no obligation to go ahead with the treatment on the day.
An injection of local anaesthetic is given prior to treatment to numb the area.
Aftercare and scar management will be explained on the day of the procedure, with a small tube of Kelocote® provided for post treatment.
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