Moles occur when cells in the skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. These cells are called melonocytes, and they make the pigment that gives the skin its natural colour. Moles may darken after exposure to the sun, during the teenage years, and also through pregnancy.
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What does this involve?
Moles can be removed with the electrology method. Using a direct current a tiny needle taps into and closes the blood supply to the mole shrinking the head of the mole, which is then removed to leave the skin clear. The results are amazing and patients wish they had known about this procedure years
Mole removal is not generally painful and requires no stitching; a small dressing may be applied to the area depending on the size of the mole.
Is this right for me?
Mole removal can be treated, providing the mole concerned has been inspected by a professional doctor and has been diagnosed as being benign.
This procedure is right for anyone with a benign a mole that would like to have it removed.
What is the recovery like?
Mole removal usually recovers quite quickly, however it does depend on the size of the mole. It takes between four to six weeks for new skin cells to form over the treated area. However, the results are amazing.
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