Considering Laser Surgery for Mole Removal?

We’ve all got them to some degree or another- Moles. Not the goofy looking little burrowers who love to eat up the roots of our grass, but the little brown ones that can pop up at any time, and that we usually have to deal with for a lifetime. With the advent of Laser cosmetic surgery, however, mole removal is faster and more painless than ever. New, specially designed lasers can target a mole anywhere on the body, and eradicate it in no time, with no discomfort to the patient, and no outrageous invasive surgery along with the medical bills it can create. Have you ever undergone “nose job” or “nose reshaping”? If yes, you certainly know that this is far different from laser surgery for mole removal. Hence, it is important to educate yourself first before jumping off the operation right away.

Here’s the basics on laser mole removal, though. Laser mole removal is particularly good at removing new, flat, and small moles, but your doctor will be able to better inform you of whether your particular case might require more intensive treatment. Moles that protrude from the skin, older, or larger moles tend to be more difficult to remove via laser mole removal, and so you should meet with your doctor to be certain of your options. So, if you’ve got the ideal moles for removal, and you’re all ready to go, here’s what’s going to happen.

First off, the surgeon is going to numb the area to be treated with laser mole removal. Then, a low setting laser is used which will remove the pigment in the mole. Sounds pretty easy, don’t it? Most folks say that laser mole removal is a relatively painless procedure that is worth the trouble, particularly for patients who have to deal with moles in embarrassing places such as on the face. You will notice that the skin around the treatment area will become red or darken slightly, but this is a natural side effect of having any laser surgical procedure done. Just after you’ve had your laser mole removal, the skin will scab over as it heals, and this should last for little more than two weeks or so.

During the time that your skin is healing from the laser mole removal procedure, you should try as much as possible to avoid exposing the area to the sun. If your face was the main treatment area for the laser mole removal, go nineteen thirties on fashion for a while and get yourself a wide-brimmed hat. The skin is going to be extra-sensitive for a while, so you’re not going to want to irritate it any more. Additionally, it’s a good idea, as with any laser skin procedure to wear sunscreen for a few weeks after the laser mole removal procedure that also contains a moisturizing ingredient. Your doctor will be able to recommend a suitable product if you are uncertain.

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James Scott is a general news and feature writer of Untitled Magazine. Prior joining the company, he previously worked as a senior writer in different publishing companies in New York.