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Mole Check by a Specialist

Book an appointment with our leading UK Dermatology Consultants to review your moles, lumps, and bumps and identify any that may be concerning or require specific professional attention. While most moles are benign, they can sometimes indicate cancer. Experts advise getting your moles examined by a specialist every 6-12 months.

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Mole Removal

Surgical removal of moles is the most common way to remove moles. It is a treatment method that is often used for smaller melanomas or early-stage mole cancer, where the melanoma is removed during a biopsy. This is an effective method of removing moles with a deep base and involves removing a piece of skin tissue. For people with early-stage mole cancer, this will be the only treatment needed. Surgical removal of moles is performed with a scalpel, and a stitch or two will be sewn after the operation with care taken to achieve the best possible cosmetic result.

Post Mole Removal

Following the operation, the mole will be sent for histological examination, to analyse whether cancer has developed. As a rule, you will receive an answer as to whether the mole contains cancer within 1-2 weeks. You will normally be able to do normal activities shortly after the treatment, but a surgical intervention will require some care from you afterwards, for example keeping the wound clean and the bandage regularly changed. Additionally, once the wound starts to heal, you will usually require the removal of stitches.

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