Jubilee Hospital Trivandrum
The medical term for a mole is a nevus (mole is Latin for “spot.”). Congenital nevi are moles present at birth; acquired nevi develop anytime later.
Moles can occur anywhere on the body; however, they are often most bothersome on the face. If you have a facial mole, you should first confirm it is not cancerous. If it appears at all suspect, see your doctor immediately. If it appears suspect, he or she may take a biopsy to confirm it is not cancerous.
There are various methods available to remove facial moles.
Surgical Excision-Have your mole removed via excision. Your surgeon will cut the mole out of your skin and sew the surrounding skin back together. Once your skin fully heals, you will have a straight scar in place of the mole.
Laser surgery is the most preferred technique in removing moles. Laser removal of moles is by far the most simple for eliminating moles on the skin. In most cases of laser removal anesthesia may not be necessary.
The laser beam will also burn away the mole. Depending on the size of your mole, you may need multiple sessions to completely remove it. No scarring , no bleeding, no pain and can be done in OPD set up with surface anesthesia.
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