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Removal of benign skin formations
You may have a number of various skin foci on the skin, but they are not associated with cancer. They are mostly simple flat or protruding freckles, pink growths (fibromas), viral warts and others. In the case of skin tumours, melanoma, birthmarks, pigmented naevus, it is advisable to decide on the method of removal.
Skin foci can be removed in various ways. It depends on the appearance, size and type of the focus. Excochleation (scraping), excision (excision) or vaporisation (laser removal) can be performed. The most suitable method of removal must be consulted with your physician.
Forms of the procedure
The procedure is usually performed on an outpatient basis and under local anaesthesia. General anaesthesia and short-term hospitalisations may be exceptionally required for large lesions.
Method and course of procedure
The procedure is usually performed under local anaesthesia, exceptionally under general anaesthesia in case of a large lesion. If the lesion is cut out, the wound is sutured with several stitches. In other cases, the wound is covered with a bandage and it heals spontaneously.
Postoperative course and recommendations
Dressings after the surgery are necessary at the discretion of the doctor, sutures are removed in 7-14 days. Spontaneous healing takes several days to weeks.
Form of payment
The procedure is fully covered by health insurance if recommended by a dermatologist. If the procedure is performed at the client's request, it is paid in full by the client. See the Price List.
All plastic surgeons perform these surgical procedures at our facility.