Mole / wart removal

Skin care mole and wart removal
Mole / wart removal
Moles are clusters of cells containing melanin pigment.
A mole is a pigmented nevus, which is a cluster of cells containing melanin pigment.
The most common cause of moles is said to be due to ultraviolet rays.
In most cases, they appear black or brown, but they may appear blue if they are raised and the same color as the skin, or if melanocytes have proliferated in deep areas.
Although there are rare cases of malignant moles called melanoma, it may be difficult to distinguish them with the naked eye, so we recommend that you have them diagnosed by a doctor.
In addition, even if it looks like a mole, it may be a wart (common wart), a stain (senile wart), a soft fibroma, or a malignant tumor such as malignant melanoma that should not be left untreated. is required.
Some warts can be viral, so be careful.
Treatment for moles and warts
Emission of electron energy with less burden on the skin
The mole tissue is transpired with the electronic energy of a device called Surgetron. This treatment heals quickly and the wound is not noticeable. Less burden on the skin and efficient treatment.
Laser irradiation by Rabian
A skin beautifying treatment system that is popular in South Korea, a beauty powerhouse, as one of the mole removal treatments. RabianThere is a laser irradiation.The system uses a medium called thulium, which leaves less residue behind and makes treatment easier.The treatment time is short, taking only 1 to 2 minutes, making it a less invasive treatment method.
Removal of epidermal pigment and recovery of dermis
Post-surgery scars are considered artificially created abrasions, and with proper care, they will often disappear within a few months.
Medical examination of malignant / benign can be covered by insurance
We will always use a special microscope called dermoscopy to determine if it is malignant or benign.This can be covered by insurance.
If malignancy is suspected, a histopathological diagnosis is performed and removal is possible under insurance coverage.Even benign skin tumor removal may be covered by insurance.
Care after removing moles and warts
Introducing wound therapy for wound care after mole and wart removal
At our hospital, as a medical institution that provides wound treatment, we use wound dressings depending on the condition after mole removal.
Need for mole resection

Need for mole resection

Reading Time: <1 minute Moles are removed using mole excision, carbon dioxide laser treatment, and electrolysis.There are two methods for mole removal: hollowing and incision.As the name suggests, the hollowing method is a method of removing a mole by hollowing it out with a scalpel.The condition of the scar immediately after mole treatment […]
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How to think about scars after mole removal
Wound care, which is new to medical science, allows for sufficient wound treatment without the use of special medical materials.Recently, research into the wound mechanism has progressed, and if an appropriate wound dressing based on wound healing theory is used, the healing period of a wound can be dramatically shortened.For more informationplease use this form..
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Progress of mole removal

Reading Time: <1 minute We receive many inquiries about mole removal every day. In order to remove moles as much as possible, many ablation treatments using carbon dioxide laser or electric vaporization are also performed. If there is even the slightest suspicion of a malignant tumor or if pathological examination is necessary, resection […]
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Risk, side effects, complications
Moles are made up of 60% water and 40% protein.After removal, the dermis is exposed due to the artificial abrasion created.The current theory of wound treatment is to avoid the formation of scabs and to quickly heal the wound with moist therapy, so medical stickers are applied.There is little risk of infection, internal bleeding, or swelling.Removal of moles with pigment deep in the dermis may require multiple treatments or may not be possible.Also, scarring may remain after removal.Even if it is flattened, the skin after removal may be slightly whiter than the surrounding area.In addition, whether to perform excision, electrolysis, or laser treatment is decided based on the patient's wishes after discussing the risks and possible scars after surgery with the doctor.
Process of removing moles and warts
1Make reservation by phone
We accept reservations by phone.
2Explanation of treatment from counselor
In a private room, a professional counselor will listen to your request in detail and explain the treatment method and details of the treatment.
3Counseling by Director
Dr. Suetake will perform a medical examination (diagnosis of malignancy and benignity), present a photograph of the case after treatment, and provide counseling in an easy-to-understand manner such as the effects and risks of treatment, and specific treatment methods.
4Application and payment for treatment
If you are satisfied with the procedure, sign the consent form and pay the procedure fee.
5Treatment and treatment by the director
No makeup removal is required for facial treatment.
6After follow
Aftercare charges are included in the treatment fee. If you have any concerns after returning home, please feel free to contact us via toll-free number or email counseling.
1 piece (1~5mm) Guarantee system 8,000-40,000(8,800-44,000)
1 piece (5mm or more) Guarantee system 40,000(44,000)
Insurance adaptation
*Suspected malignancy, powdery mass, mole on areas other than the head or face
[However, if it is less than 5 mm, surgery is generally required.There is no guarantee of recurrence]
*The unit is ¥.
*Treatment is free medical treatment (not covered by insurance).
*From the second item onwards, it is ¥2 (¥1) regardless of size.
* In case of recurrence, no treatment fee is required.
* Including all anesthesia costs, drug costs, guarantee costs, and wound treatment costs.
*In principle, insurance coverage is applicable for suspected malignant tumors, powder tumors, and moles on areas other than the head and face. [However, if it is less than 5 mm, surgery is generally required.There is no guarantee of recurrence]
*All pathological tests are also covered by insurance.

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