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Benign Mole Removal with Cryopen

Moles often emerge during childhood or adolescence. They change in colour and size as people as people grow. New moles may appear when there is hormonal change, especially during pregnancy.

It is very common for people to have one or more benign moles. These moles are harmless but require professional consultation when changes take place. That is because the changes can indicate signs of becoming cancerous.

Moles are the concentrations of melanocytes, pigment-producing cells, in the skin. People who have light skin are more likely to have more moles. Most benign moles are less than .25 inch in diameter while their colours vary from pink to brown or sometimes black. They can be in any part on the body, either alone or in groups.

Are There Warning Signs Related to Benign Moles?

When an old benign mole starts to change, or a new mole appears during adulthood, someone should see a specialist. If a mole is painful, oozing, bleeding, or itching, a medical assistance is required.

On the other side, if people want their benign moles to be more confident about their skin, there is a treatment available that can resolve the problem in a matter of seconds.

What is All About Cryopen Cryosurgical Treatment

Some people think twice to undergo a surgery that will remove the benign moles. Luckily,  Cryopen Cryosurgical Treatment can remove these benign moles without a worry of scars.

The Cryopen Cryosurgical System we use is equipped with the most advanced technology in removing benign moles in less than a minutes. Through the linear compression cooling technology, cryogenic liquids or gases are eliminated due to its harmful effects.

During the procedure, the ultracold jet loaded with high-pressure nitrous oxide will be applied directly to the skin to ensure a fast and effective removal. We can treat benign moles from 1mm to 10mm in size, and we guarantee quick treatment whee we treat 2mm benign mole in 10 seconds.

Patients can expect that our Cryopen Cryosurgical Treatment is proven safe and accurate. We will only treat the site where benign moles are spotted, and the healthy surround tissues will not be affected.

Although minimal discomfort may happen after the treatment, patients are guaranteed with complete safety and best results. To ensure that all the pathological tissues as already disappeared, a follow-up checkup or treatment is recommended.

Why People Get Benign Moles

Benign moles may be present at birth while other people can develop new moles due to some factors like sun exposure and hormonal changes. When people develop new moles throughout their lifetime, these moles come in varying size and color.

The appearance of benign moles may change over time. They can either change in appearance and number or fade away.

Ways to getting Rid of Benign Moles

There are different methods of removing moles, including burning the moles off, cutting off the skin where a mole has developed or freezing off the mole.

If patients prefer a painless and quick treatment of benign moles, our Cryopen Cryosurgical Treatment is an advantage.

FAQs:

  • What to do with a newly developed mole?

A new mole can be regarded as suspicious. It is essential to seek a prompt consultation with a dermatologist for a thorough examination.

  • What are the common changes in benign moles?

People should watch for common changes in their moles such as blurred or ragged border mole edges, uneven shades of color, elevated appearance, and greater diameter than one-quarter inch.

  • Does benign mole change during pregnancy

Moles usually change during pregnancy because of the hormonal effects where it becomes larger or darker.

For expert removal of benign moles, contact our team of professional derma consultants. Give us a call now!

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