Mole removal before and after pictures show you examples of successful treatments and procedures. If you’re looking to remove a mole, it’s important to know your options. That’s why LocateADoc.com has put together this short introduction to help you choose which option is right for you.
There are many techniques employed to get rid of moles. In some cases, laser treatments have been shown to successfully remove moles, but they are not as successful as surgical options, which involve moles being removed with a scalpel. Lastly, electrolysis and cryotherapy can sometimes remove moles, providing a solution that does not require stitches. The type of procedure that your surgeon or dermatologist chooses will depend on many things, including the type, location, size, and depth of the mole.
There are risks associated with mole removal but the severity of those risks depends on the type of mole, the size of the growth, and the technique employed. Talk to your doctor about your concerns.
How should I prepare for mole removal?
- Choose a professional practice to reduce the risk of scarring
- Consult with your dermatologist and see which treatments he or she offers
- Make sure the affected area of skin is clean
Now that you know more about mole removal, before and after pictures can help you determine what technique is best for your mole. When you’re ready to speak with a practice about removing your mole, browse through profiles located here on LocateADoc.com
Stephen Richard Weinman, MD
42 year old, Male
Roger J. Oldham, MD, FACS
Jason E. Leedy, M.D.
39 year old, Female
Mayfield Heights, OH
George Yang, MD
55 year old, Female
New York, NY
Edmund S. Liu, MD
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- Avg. Cost: $140
- Candidate: Cancerous or unsightly mole
- Length: Less than 1 hour
- Treatment: One
- Results: Permanent
- Back to Work: No downtime