Mole Excision

Mole Excision

A mole is a common and usually benign growth or pigmented spot that occurs on the skin. Moles can vary in size, color, and appearance. Most moles are acquired during childhood and adolescence, and their number tends to increase until the age of 30 in some individuals.  Mole excision through radio waves is a medical procedure that uses high-frequency electrical currents to remove moles from surfaces of the skin.

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The majority of moles are harmless, but some moles may have typical features that may require close monitoring. A specialized device is used to deliver high-frequency electrical currents to the mole, causing coagulation of blood vessels and destruction of the tissue. The mole is carefully excised or destroyed using radiofrequency energy.

The benefits of the treatment are

It’s important to note that the decision to remove a mole is typically based on factors such as its appearance, changes over time, or concerns about potential malignancy. A dermatologist should be consulted to determine the suitability of the procedure based on the characteristic of mole that differs in every individual.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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