Side Effects Of Mole Removal Surgery?
I want surgery to remove a mole, but I am still doubtful because I fear that post-operative injury will actually worsen the appearance, according to the surgery doctor who is suitable for removal of a mole with minimal risk of scar? Thanks
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Moles are small brown or black spots that appear on the surface of the skin. Moles are formed from pigment-producing cells or skin pigments (melanocytes) that cluster in the skin. Moles are generally docile so that they do no harm. However, there are some moles that are at risk of becoming malignant. In such conditions, the appointment needs to be done. In addition, removal can also be done if the location of the mole interferes with appearance.
There are several lifting techniques that can be done. You can read more here. One of them is through surgical operations, can be in the form of excision / cutting and erosion, the choice depends on the size of the mole. Apart from surgery, moles can also be removed through laser surgery, electrosurgery and freezing with nitrogen. The surgical procedure that does not cause scars is surgery using a laser. However, it costs more compared to other techniques. Besides that, in the removed mole tissue biopsy examination cannot be done. Discuss this again with your doctor.
Besides the chosen removal technique, the size of the mole, the type of thread used and the disease factors of the body itself (talent keloid and diabetes mellitus), the expertise of the expert doctor also determines the results of the actions taken. In addition to these things, wound care after surgery also determines. Of course this last point is your role in treating surgical wounds. Make sure you read the following article before.
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