Before Treatment – Shave excision and curettage
Mole Removal Essex
Who Has Mole Removal Essex?
Everybody has moles and they come in all shapes and sizes. Most moles are benign (not harmful), but some can be a form of skin cancer. As a Plastic Surgeon, Mr Sierakowski is fully trained to identify the different types of mole and identify which ones might be harmful. To help him recognise benign moles from skin cancer, Mr Sierakowski uses a special magnifying glass called a dermatoscope, which shows the moles in much more detail.
Most people seek mole removal Essex because they simply don’t like the appearance of the mole. This is cosmetic mole removal Essex; many people opt for this and non-surgical procedures such as botox Essex and dermal fillers Essex for their own personal reasons. Some people however are worried the mole may be harmful, or their GP may have referred them because they suspect skin cancer.
Moles can be flat, dome-shaped, flesh-coloured or pigmented. Some can have hair growing out of them, others look flaky or wart-like. Moles can appear from birth and new moles can develop on children and teenagers. Sometimes, moles fade as we age; some moles are more common as we get older. During pregnancy, moles can get darker.
If a mole changes shape or colour, starts crusting, bleeding, itching or gets larger, then it’s advised that you speak to a professional. These changes can be a sign of skin cancer and the mole may need to be removed and sent for analysis.
If you wish to undergo mole removal Essex, contact Mr Sierakowski. He will arrange an initial cosmetic surgery Essex consultation appointment with you to go through the procedure, including what to expect, the benefits and any risks associated with mole removal Essex surgery.