This applies to small birth marks, skin tags, warts, cysts, papillomas and various other exotically named things that you might find on your skin.
Most moles can be removed simply and quickly, either by excision and closure, shaving or freezing. I examine the mole and define it before removal, and if there is any concern that the moles are not completely benign (harmless growths) then I will ask for it to be sent away for analysis.
For most types of mole removal, we will apply a light dressing. Stitches are generally removed after 3 to 4 days for the facial area, and after 5 to 7 days for incisions in other areas. If possible, I will bury dissolving stitches that require no removal at all.
Returning to work and normal activities will depend on the type of surgery. Most people can resume normal activities soon after surgery. I will advise the use of sunscreen to keep sunlight from permanently tanning the healing scar.
Reasonably mobile: Immediately
Hospital stay: Clinic visit only
Washing: Shower after 1 day
Treatment time: 15-30 minutes
Time off work: No
Exercise: Next day
Full recovery: Immediate
I would like to express my thanks for the care and kindness you have shown me. It has made such a difference in what has been a difficult time. Many thanks
To Dr Urso-Baiarda and wonderful team.
Thank you for looking after me and making this journey for me. I am so happy with my results!
Thank you again for everything, not only the fantastic results (I’m beyond thrilled) but also the level of care you have shown.
I would love to see what can be achieved, and if the photo can help, that is great.
Take care of yourself, and happy changing people‘s lives, one surgery at the time. See you in a year.
Dear Fulvio and team,
Thank you so very much for performing my operation and all the care that I received post operation too.
You are an expert with in your field, I feel exceptionally lucky that you were my surgeon. My experience is nothing short of outstanding. You have an exceptional bedside manners are kind and a good sense of humour to boot.
Never underestimate the difference you make to your patients.