Cosmetic Mole Removal

Cosmetic Mole Removal

Moles are blemishes of the skin and are very common. They can occur anywhere on the body and are usually harmless. Sometimes if a mole is in a particularly prominent location, such as the face, it can have an effect on self-confidence and therefore removal is preferred.

Mole Removal at Spencer Hospitals

The procedure itself is relatively quick and straightforward, you will normally only require a local anaesthetic and will be able to go home the same day.  The most common procedure involves removing the mole with a scalpel and then stitching the area. Other procedures involve shaving the mole down to the same level as the surrounding skin or freezing the mole off using liquid nitrogen gas. Your consultant will advise which is most appropriate for you.

Mole Removal in Kent

There may be a small scar left by the operation, however the procedure is very safe with thousands carried out successfully every year. 

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Our Mole Removal Dermatology Experts

Dr Juber Hafiji MB ChB, FRACP, FRCP, FACMS

Dr Hafiji graduated from the University of Leicester and undertook his postgraduate training at the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham. He then specialised in Dermatology at Cambridge University Hospitals where he developed his interest in skin cancer and dermatological surgery.

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Dr Sussanah Baron MB, ChB, MRCP

Dr Baron's special interests are all forms of paediatric dermatology, surgery in adults and children, atopic eczema, acne, psoriasis, skin cancer. She is also interested in the psychosocial impact of skin disease on peoples' lives.

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Mr Daryll Coombes

Mr Coombes qualified in both dentistry and medicine at Kings College Hospital, University of London in 1993 and 2000 respectively. He has a broad experience in major facial surgery for trauma and cancer and obtained his specialist training in facial plastic surgery at major UK NHS centres throughout England.

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If you're worried about a mole or lump or bump or just want reassurance from one of our expert consultants then get in touch using the form found at the bottom of this page or the form found on our Contact page.

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