Mole & Wart Removal

Moles, Skin Tags etc. on visible areas of the skin are often found to be socially not very acceptable. In addition in some cases like Warts there is a infection which can spread to other people also. Also in some cases a benign mole or skin tag can eventually lead to further complications.

One of the traditional but effective ways of removing moles and warts is ‘excision’ This is the procedure in which the mole or wart is cut or removed after inducing local anesthesia to the affected area.

The Procedure:

The doctor prepares the area to be treated and injects a local anesthesia there by making the procedure pain free. This is followed by a cutting and removal of the mole or wart. Typically a medicated dressing is applied and maintained for 24 hours.

Results to Expect:

A small scar the size of the mole but skin coloured, is left behind which is aesthetically much superior

Frequency of Treatment:

The recurrence of above conditions may vary based on reasons ranging from genetic constitution to infections. The procedure is normally a one-time procedure, but may need to be repeated in case of recurrence of condition.

Conditions Treated

  • Mole
  • Warts
  • Skin Tags

Moles, Skin Tags etc. on visible areas