What is mole removal?
Removal of moles and other changes in the skin is usually performed for aesthetic reasons, but also when injury occurs, causing changes in color, size and shape, which can be followed by pain, itching and / or bleeding. Most of the moles and skin changes are benign, but in some cases it is about tumors that needs to be surgically removed and thus prevent further health hazards. If done at an early stage, it is possible to completely remove all carcinogenic cells, with very little chance of reoccurrence. The doctor’s advice should also be sought by all persons who, during self-examination, notice that the mole is growing, has vague contours or changes color, regardless of possible mechanical injury.
Removal of mole often occurs when they are in places where they are prone to injuries, such as on the edge of the underwear.
On the day of the procedure, it is recommended to use an ordinary soap or shower gel instead of moisturizing preparations.
Recovery process and helpful tips
In the days immediately following the operation, it will be necessary to regularly overflow the places where the mole was found, and after removal of the cord, the scar will, according to the medical instructions, need to be cultivated with special dermocosmetic preparations for several weeks. It is recommended to avoid greater physical effort during the recovery, and especially till removal of the threads. Recovery from the procedure lasts for about a week, but it is recommended to avoid direct exposure to sunlight or UV radiation for a long time.