Mole, Cyst & Lipoma Removal
Moles can be described as a blemish that appears on the face or body that can vary in size, shape and color. Some moles are flat, while others can have a raised appearance. The majority of moles are usually harmless; however, if you notice a change in color or shape, or if the mole begins to irritate, you should have it checked by a doctor as these symptoms could be signs of something more serious. Highly visible moles on the body or face can often lead to loss of confidence or embarrassment for specific individuals. Moles that restrict movement or are overly large can sometimes result in pain and distress.
The cyst is a sack filled with fluid or semi-fluid material. Cysts develop in various places in the body and arise from different tissues.
Fortunately, there are fast and straightforward procedures available to remove the above lesions, which bring a renewed sense of confidence to the patient.
A lipoma is a benign (noncancerous) tumor made up of fat cells. It is typically soft and movable, and it is most commonly found just under the skin. Lipomas can occur anywhere in the body, but they are most commonly found on the neck, shoulders, back, and arms. Lipomas are generally slow-growing and do not cause any pain or discomfort. They do not typically require treatment, unless they are causing pain or discomfort, or if they are growing rapidly or in a location that interferes with movement or function.