Mole removal procedure?




When considering mole removal, people are getting more cautious about their moles with every passing day. Sometimes they take opinions from those who are not experts which can be misleading. You always need to seek opinions from doctors who know how to remove the mole perfectly and can assure you spotless skin. The dermatologist’s job will be to make sure you get the smallest scar or if possible, no scar at all. After that, it is important to check your moles to be assured no further health risk arises. Even if you are a dermatologist, you too need to follow certain steps which we are going to discuss now.

Required things to remove moles:

First of all you need antiseptic cleansing solution for your skin. Then the other important items needed are a surgical scalpel, gloves, scissors, forceps, sterile gown and a sterile dressing needle holder.

1. Step 1

You need to position your patient properly so that the mole gets maximum exposure. It will help you to remove the moles properly and cleanly. As a doctor, it is your responsibility to make sure your patient gets minimal scaring and the mole gets removed permanently. Obviously you will have certain ideas about how the skin curves and how folds can hide a scar and you can apply that technique here too.

2. Step 2

Clean the area of the mole very carefully with antiseptic solution. Not only the incision area but also the surrounding area needs to be cleared properly. Do not forget to wear gloves and a sterile gown before applying this. Now, surround the area with surgical drape, sterile towels and sheets so that you can create a sterile field over that area.

3. Step 3

You can use 1% Lidocaine for local anesthesia. It is pretty effective. Obviously if you wish to apply something else then you can do that. The good thing about Lidocaine is that it can minimize the bleeding if you mix it with epinephrine. Never use it on moles located on the nose or tip of the fingers. Local anesthesia will do the work instead of epinephrine.

4. Step 4

You can use #15 surgical scalpels to perform the incision. You need to expose all the underlying fat and continue incision until you complete the circle. After that, remove the mole with surgical forceps. It is also important to cut down the underlying tissues so that the mole never comes back again in the future. After that, send the mole to the laboratory for cancerous test.

5. Step 5

Stitching is also very important. Stitch the place properly and try to make the cut as small as you can so that you can give your patient a clean skin even after stitching. The stitching must be clean and sterile too.


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