After Mole Removal

Mole Removal at Snowberry Lane

Radiosurgery mole removal is a very advanced technique of mole removal which has developed over the last couple of decades. So we now use more refined equipment and I also use operating loops to make it a HD experience. So it is more precise and accurate. It involves two small instruments: a loop and a ball. With which we remove the mole and then gently cauterise the base. These are the two instruments. The loop is the radiowave transmitter.

A small receiver plate is put behind the patient’s head. That allows us to concentrate a very focused point of energy so we can remove the mole without heat damaging the skin that we leave behind. So it heals very well without any blemish or a very tiny blemish. The process of removal first involves taking a photo of the lesion We then mark it with a surgical marker. Anaesthetize it with local anaesthetic. Then apply the radio waves with the loop to gently vaporize it. Leaving a normal base of skin.

If it requires a littler cautering we use the ball tip to stop any bleeding points. On the face we simply apply Vaseline or an antibiotical ointment. On the body we spray a small amount of breathable spray dressing and cover with a dry dressing. For a couple of days afterwards, then it can be removed and the skin should be moisturized regularly for an excellent result.

How to remove mole fast with apple cider vinegar and results

Hi guys! Today I would like to tell you how I removed my mole one month ago using apple cider vinegar. You will need: apple cider vinegar (any brand), band aid cotton and scissors. Use just small piece of cotton,.

Soak it with apple cider vinegar (you can just put few drops here (on the cap), soak it, out it on band aid and then on your skin. Leave it for as long as possible, e.g.for a night; then when you will see results you can put it just for a 30 minutes every day and within one week mole is gone! 🙂 I will show you how I did that (the results).

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