Having trouble with mole and warts?
We at Welona offer extensive Mole and Wart removal treatment
Moles and Birthmarks:
Moles are pathologically known as nevus or birthmarks and grow on the skin that could be pink or red in colour too. A mole is formed when a group of cells called melanocytes come together and grow in a cluster at a particular spot on the body. They can appear on any part of the body, 10-40 moles are common, as per a study.
The different types are
- congenital moles (formed during birth)
- acquired moles (which appear later in life).
Birthmarks are coloured skin spots that are present either from birth or develop shortly after birth. Birthmarks can be many different colours, including brown, tanned, black, pale blue, pink, white, red, or purple in colour.
A Skin tag is an extra skin growth which is soft and hanging. They can appear anywhere on the body, but they grow especially where skin rubs against other skin or clothing.
Warts are skin growths caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). They are caused by direct contact with HPV as it is contagious. It may spread through person to person contact or through direct contact with an object used by a person with the virus. The virus that causes warts also can spread to other places on the body of the person with warts.
DPN’s is characterized by small brown or black spotsthat are on the skin around the cheekbones and eyes. These darkspotsmayalsobefoundonotherareas of the face, neck, chest, and back.Some people with dermatosispapulosanigrahas a few, isolated spots while others have hundreds of spots.
Treatments at Welona
Welona is one of the premiumskin care specialist in Chennai. Our treatments include:
- Mole Excision : In this type of treatment, a local anaesthetic cream is applied to the mole, which is then removed out along with a small area of the surrounding skin with a scalpel. Moles that may have cells that have growth underneath the skin may require surgical removal which might leave a small scar that will fade over a period of time with a proper usage of post care instructions given by our doctors.
- Electrocauterization : Electrocautery is a fast, affordable, non-surgical method of mole/skin tag/wart or DPN removal. It typically leaves no scar, requires no anaesthesia and takes only a few minutes. Electrocautery can effectively treat frequent nosebleeds in addition to moles and other dermatological conditions.
- Laser Mole/Birthmark Removal : Laser treatment is best suited for moles/birthmarks that are flat and brown or black in colour. It usually requires a series of treatment 6 to 8 sessions with a 30-45 days interval for a complete removal. Generally, laser treatmentsare not recommended for very large moles or moles that protrude above the skin.
- Radiofrequency :The most effective way to treat warts is by radiofrequency. To ensure that the individual doesn’t experience discomfort, an anaesthetic cream is applied to the targeted area for a certain time. Radiofrequency uses low temperature, high-frequency energy radio waves to cauterize warts, skin tags or DPN’s.Topical antibiotics are prescribed for better and quick skin recovery, and also to avoid secondary infections.
- Avoid touching the treated area
- Avoid too much of sun exposure and use recommended quantities of sunscreen as prescribed by your doctor.
- Avoid exposure to pollution and dust to avoid infection in the treated area
- Follow the usage of a topical cream application as prescribed by the doctor to avoid any PIH.
Benefits of warts / Skin tags / DPN removal:
- No more unsightly skin
- No more irritation caused by friction
- Simple and painless
- A One-time procedure usually.