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Moles and Warts Removal

MOLES AND WARTS REMOVAL

What are moles?

Moles are also known as Nevi in the medical terminology. These are pigmented cells that create a dark spot on your skin. Most of the moles are not harmful but should be shown to a dermatologist. It is known that an adult grows around 10 – 40 moles in their lifetime. Mole removal treatment in Hyderabad is a popular service with proven results.

Moles treatment at Science Of Skin:

Moles removal is generally done to improve the aesthetics of the skin. Here are a few reasons why you should choose us:

  • Expertise and skilled dermatologists with vast knowledge of different skin types.
  • Pre and post-operative checklists to ensure maximum safety and efficiency.
  • Customized treatment for each skin type.
  • State-of-the-art equipment approved by well-renowned institutes.
  • Individual consultation and service rooms to ensure privacy.
  • Pimple Removal Treatment
  • Pigmentation Treatment
  • Laser Hair Removal
  • Skin Tightening
  • Anti-Aging Treatment
  • Acne Scar Removal Treatment
  • Moles and Warts Removal
  • Acne Scar Revision Program
  • Stretch Marks Treatment
  • Laser Tattoo Removal
  • Skin Lightening

What are Warts?

Warts are bumps or projections on skin that occur due to Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection. If left
untreated, these warts may grow in size. There are different types of warts such as:

  • Plantar Warts
  • Common Warts
  • Filiform Warts
  • Periungual warts
  • Flat Warts

Warts are generally observed on hands and they are contagious. Few warts are sexually transmitted and may disappear on their own but varies from person to person. The size of warts varies and they are generally in dark brown or black in color. Our team at Science Of Skin provides the best wart removal treatment with cutting-edge technology.

How do we treat Warts at Science Of Skin?

Radio Frequency is an effective way to get rid of warts. The procedure is simple and doesn’t require the patient to wait for long hours. Local anesthesia is given in the form of cream or injection so that the treatment for mole removal in Hyderabad is done with comfort. The warts are burnt with the electric probe by placing it on warts. When the warts are burnt, they shed off the body within 7 days leaving a minor scar. Many dermatologists and clinics in major metropolitan cities have achieved a great amount of success in treating such skin ailments. Warts removal treatment in Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, etc. and other cities nearby has become popular and safe too.

A brief about Moles

Moles which are also known a Nevi in medical terminology are pigmented cells that appear as dark spots on your skin. Most of the moles are not harmful but few moles are observed as harmful moles. As per a study, you develop 10-40 moles by the time you attain adulthood. Moles are formed when a group of Melanocytes accumulates at a certain part of the body. Few of them match with the skin level and few are projecting. If you observe any discomfort with the moles or sudden increase in the no. of moles, then it’s time to see a dermatologist.

Moles Treatment at Science of Skin

Moles removal is generally done to improve the aesthetics of the skin and also for a few health benefits. Here are a few reasons why you should choose us: Expertise and skilled dermatologists with a vast knowledge of different skin types. Pre and Post-operative checklists to ensure maximum safety and efficiency. Customized treatment for each skin type. State-of-the-art equipment approved by well-renowned institutes. Individual consultation and service room to ensure privacy

A brief about Warts and its types

Warts are bumps or projections on skin that occur due to Human Papilloma Virus(HPV) infection. If left untreated, these warts may become huge and lead to embarrassment. There are different types of warts such as Plantar Warts Common warts Filiform Warts Periungual warts Flat Warts etc. Warts are generally observed on hands and they are contagious. Few warts are sexually transmitted and they disappear on their own but, the time varies from person to person. The size of warts varies from 2-4mm and they are generally in dark brown or black in color.

Warts Removal at Science Of Skin

Radio frequency is the most effective way to treat warts. The procedure is simple and requires very less time. Local anaesthesia is given in the form of a cream or an injection to make sure the individual is comfortable at the time of treatment. An electric probe is placed on the wart surface which results in the burning off the wart. This burn mark would shed off gradually within a span of 7days. Antibiotics and touch up sessions are recommended post-treatment to nullify the possibility of secondary infections.

Moles which are also known a Nevi in medical terminology are pigmented cells that appear as dark spots on your skin. Most of the moles are not harmful but few moles are observed as harmful moles. As per a study, you develop 10-40 moles by the time you attain adulthood. Moles are formed when a group of Melanocytes accumulates at a certain part of the body. Few of them match with the skin level and few are projecting. If you observe any discomfort with the moles or sudden increase in the no. of moles, then it’s time to see a dermatologist.

Moles removal is generally done to improve the aesthetics of the skin and also for a few health benefits. Here are a few reasons why you should choose us:

Expertise and skilled dermatologists with a vast knowledge of different skin types.
Pre and Post-operative checklists to ensure maximum safety and efficiency.
Customized treatment for each skin type.
State-of-the-art equipment approved by well-renowned institutes.
Individual consultation and service room to ensure privacy

Warts are bumps or projections on skin that occur due to Human Papilloma Virus(HPV) infection. If left untreated, these warts may become huge and lead to embarrassment. There are different types of warts such as

Plantar Warts
Common warts
Filiform Warts
Periungual warts
Flat Warts etc.
Warts are generally observed on hands and they are contagious. Few warts are sexually transmitted and they disappear on their own but, the time varies from person to person. The size of warts varies from 2-4mm and they are generally in dark brown or black in color.

Radio frequency is the most effective way to treat warts. The procedure is simple and requires very less time. Local anaesthesia is given in the form of a cream or an injection to make sure the individual is comfortable at the time of treatment. An electric probe is placed on the wart surface which results in the burning off the wart. This burn mark would shed off gradually within a span of 7days. Antibiotics and touch up sessions are recommended post-treatment to nullify the possibility of secondary infections.