Hey, tell me what could be more exciting than to wake up tomorrow with the clear, clean look you been dreaming of? Think about it… how many of us have dreamed of that day for decades? Be sure to read-on my friend, because this will show you at least two very well-kept secrets that will be main stream within a year or so.
We are looking to be generous, pay it forward, and open the eyes and minds of people in need of a solution to their itchy mole removal or laser scar removal needs (perhaps someone like you!), so they too can have clear, young, unblemished skin, just like they’ve dreamed of for so long.
Exactly what you need is in this little website! If you are keen on surgical solutions, then we have that. Or if you’re more eager for simple solutions with ointments and drops, then see this section now!
Uncovering the first solution to scar and mole removal…
The first solution has to do with a very rapid treatment for removal of moles, skin tags, warts, and similar blemishes. This miraculous therapy is the one known to everyone as the Laser Therapy. This type of therapy for the removal of mole is snappy and is carried out under small or even without anesthetic. If the patient has several moles/itchy moles, all of them can be dealt with at the same visit. This has been a huge advancement from the customary method of surgical mole removal that involves stitches, with long healing period and last but not the least the scar formation due to mole cutting.
This therapy is one of the best options and is discussed in detail elsewhere in this site. So by all means, click through and read on when you hit that part of this article.
Know this, the laser therapy for removal of mole including laser scar removal therapy works very well, but there are things you must know first. Are you ready to find out if this type of mole removal procedure is right for you?
What type of moles are good candidates for laser procedure?
- Small moles
- New moles
- Flat moles
What to expect after the procedure?
After the laser mole removal procedure, the area may show up redden or darker. The mole will transform into a scab which ought to fall off in 2 weeks. The new and sensitive skin needs total protection, so it should be covered with sunscreen for the next 6 weeks (surgeon’s recommendations are to totally avoid the sun exposure, which is impossible for many of us, so better make use of good quality, dermatologist recommended sunscreen).
Your second solution regarding mole and scar removal…
The second solution is the non-Laser cures for the removal of mole, scars, stretch marks, and more. The non-laser cures include many different techniques in order to achieve the best possible results when it comes to removal of moles, especially itchy moles. The non-laser cures as mole remover is preferred over most every other therapy by those who used it after being tormented by other intense skin treatments.
Depending upon the type, size and number of moles, Dermatologists makes use of the following techniques –
- Cutting it off – Moles may be cut off with a surgical scissors or scalpel. A few moles can be “shaved” off flush with the skin. Different moles may have cells that are deeply rooted under the skin, so your dermatologist may make a cut that is a bit deeper for achieving complete removal of mole from its root. This will help in preventing the mole from growing back, however the cut made for the removal of mole require stitches.
- Burning it off – The dermatologists make use of an electric current for the removal of mole that passes through a wire making the wire hot, which is then used to burn off the superficial skin layers. Multiple sessions may be needed in order to completely remove the mole. Various skin tags removal, mole removal are performed by burning them through the slender stem that connects them to the skin. The high temperature helps avert bleeding.
- Freezing it with fluid nitrogen – This mole removal technique allow your dermatologist to spray or swab liquid nitrogen (super cold) on the mole. The itchy mole will fall off, leaving behind a small blister that will heal with time.
What type of moles are good candidates for non-laser cures?
|Moles (Nevi)||Round or oval, can be flat or raised, color can range from tan to dark brown||Surgical excision is done for removal of mole with suture repair|
|Congenital Nevi||Often larger than ¼ inch in diameter. Chances of developing into melanoma are higher.||Surgical excision is best for this type of mole removal|
|Atypical moles (Dysplastic Nevi)||Usually oval in shape, larger than normal moles that are darker in the center with or without “fuzzy” margins||Shave excision for any blemish that is changing color/size (mole removal via surgical excision with sutures)|
If you have paid a lot either monetarily or emotionally for your mole removal needs, but have not seen the results you wish, this second solution to the removal of mole is quite likely the one for you.
Mole and Scar Removal
Laser Therapies – Erbium:yag laser, Fractional CO2 laser – Common for the cases wherein the mole is clearly visible on the skin’s upper layer, involve either Erbium:YAG laser or CO2 mole removal laser. Erbium:YAG laser does the removal layer-wise, while peeling the surface of the skin and is suitable for removal of moles on the face. The CO2 mole removal laser is quite an aggressive and powerful procedure used for deeper effects.
Non-Laser Treatments – Cryotherapy (Freezing), Diathermy (Cauterization), Surgical Excision – For patients with moles that are cancerous, non-laser is the most successful mole removal method.
Mole Removal After-Care For Both Laser Therapy and Non-Laser Cures
The patient who has undergone a mole removal, laser scar removal or scar removal surgery may have a burning sensation or discomfort at the place of mole for which the dermatologists prescribe pain-killers. Another important thing after mole removal is ‘scarring’. The scar will be red for a couple of weeks, yet it will get lighter with time.
Be patient if you have undergone a mole removal, laser scar removal or scar removal surgery, as healing will take time.
After mole removal procedure (laser or non-laser), the patient should apply any one of the following to lighten the scar –
- Topical silicone gel or sheets
- Petroleum-based ointments
- Vitamin A cream
It is important that the wound after the removal of mole is protected against the direct sunlight, as sunburn can permanently damage or darken the wound.
Call your dermatologist if there is excessive scarring (scarring that is hard, dome-shaped or raised).
But before we say any more…
…we want to assure you that we will update this site each month (and sometimes each week!) as we uncover more information of interest to you with our weekly blog series on mole removal and scar removal surgery, procedure, aftercare and other relevant information.
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