Mole removal

The skin and subcutaneous tissue are subjected to life in various formations of different sizes and characteristics.

Some are removed for aesthetic reasons, especially those found on the face, while the others represent a group of tumors that may require correct and complete surgical removal in order not to appear again.

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Excision of moles and cutaneous neoformations

The skin and subcutaneous tissue are subjected to life in various formations of different sizes and characteristics.

Mostly they are moles, warts, fibroids, atheroma, hemangiomas, condyloma acuminata, skin tumors (in most cases it is a benign formation or a formation with a low degree of malignancy).

The treatment depends on the characteristics of the formations.

Some are removed for aesthetic reasons, especially those found on the face, while the others represent a group of tumors that may require correct and complete surgical removal in order not to appear again.

All subcutaneous formations should be completely removed after which a histological diagnosis of the removed tissue is made.

Radiofrequency removal (laser) is very elegant, completely atraumatic – high precision applied which allows significant reduction of damage to the surrounding tissue.

It coagulates in such a way that it is not necessary to sew the wound, and provides normal sanitation and even the application of make-up.

Most common formations that are often removed are:

The i-hyperpigmented protrusions of different shape, typically with a broad base and often appear as small dark brown spots and are caused by a mass of pigmented cells.
Fibroids – a benign connective formation of the skin which by definition represents the cancer of the benign connective tissue. They look like small nodules of a few millimeters and can reach up to a centimeter in diameter.
Atheromas – enlarged sebaceous glands, generally blocked by the plaque formed at the exit of the canal.
Lipomas – a mass formed by encapsulated fat tissue.
Warts – viral, often spread easily and quickly to the surrounding area, highlighted by skin moisture.

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