Lumps and moles are common skin growths, respectively skin lesions that can appear almost anywhere on the body, causing concern or distress, becoming unsightly or bothersome. Moreover, there is a general concern due to the high degree of cancer incidence, thus, despite the fact that lumps or moles are usually harmless and benign, we advise you to see a specialist at a medical center in Warwick where you can benefit from a specialised consultation and an appropriate lump removal or mole removal treatment.
Moles are some of the most common skin lesions. Most people usually have between 10 and 40 moles. These can be flat or raised, round or oval and range in color from pink to brown. As stated before, most moles are harmless, painless and benign, but if your mole looks unusual, grows larger or changes in color, outline or any other way, we advise you to see a specialist at a medical center in Warwick where, after a medical history check and a physical exam, he/she can recommend you a radiosurgery procedure for mole removal if he/she can rule out malignancy or a minor surgery procedure for mole removal if the mole has to be sent for biopsy or totally excised.
The radiosurgery procedure for mole removal is an in-office procedure which involves no downtime and no severe side-effects. Moreover, due to the fact that the radio waves do the cutting, there are is little to no bleeding at all during the procedure, thus reducing the risk of infections, causing no damage to the adjacent tissues and making the radiosurgery procedure for mole removal fast, painless, minimally invasive and virtually scarless. A specialist at a medical center in Warwick can perform the radiosurgery procedure under a local anesthetic in just 15-30 minutes, after which you can return to your normal routine.
Lumps are also harmless and benign, being represented by lipomas, cysts or dermatofibromas. A lump can be easily diagnosed by an experienced practitioner at a medical center in Warwick with just a physical exam. Most benign lumps are small and movable under the skin. If the lump is suspicious, a specialist at a medical center in Warwick can also recommend you a biopsy. Regardless if the lump has to be sent for biopsy or just removed, the most appropriate type of treatment that the experienced practitioner can recommend you is a minor surgery for lump removal.
The minor surgery for lump removal and mole removal is a fast and painless, minimally invasive and minimally scarring procedure that can be performed under a local anesthetic. The minor surgery treatment for mole removal and lump removal lasts between 15-30 minutes, after which you can return to your normal routine. If performed by an experienced practitioner at a medical center in Warwick, the minor surgery for lump removal and mole removal involves no downtime and no severe side-effects such as infections, but there might be some mild bruising, swelling or tenderness which will wear off in a matter of days.