Cyst and Mole Removal in Atlanta, GA

Removes Cysts and Moles
Body and Face

Non-aesthetic appearance of skin cysts and moles isn’t the only reason you might want to remove them. Skin tags and moles can signal skin cancer, especially if you are often exposed to the sun without sunscreen. At SurgiCare Arts & Aesthetics, Angelina Postoev, MD, FACS, a triple board-certified cosmetic surgeon, and Christopher Ibikunle, MD, FACS, offer cyst and mole removal and a complimentary skin lesions’ screening for men and women in Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Johns Creek, Buckhead, and the surrounding areas of Georgia.

What Are Cysts and Moles?

Cysts and moles are abnormal growths on the skin surface. They are typically harmless and do not cause any pain. A cyst is a pocket of tissue that contains fluid or other substance. Cysts grow inside, and skin cells concentrate under the skin, and contain oils or fluids, or semisolid tissue. They can increase in size gradually over time.

Cysts can pop up anywhere. Common location include:

  • Wrists
  • Hands
  • Neck
  • Knees
  • Breasts
  • Vagina
  • Skin in other areas of the body

Moles are small areas of a different color than the surrounding skin. They are small patches of highly pigmented skin, often occurring during childhood or puberty, either flat or slightly elevated above the skin surface. Moles, also known as “dermal nevus”, are benign (non-cancerous) and usually have no capacity to transform into skin cancer known as malignant melanoma.

To summarize, cysts and moles are most frequently not cancerous and typically do not require treatment, unless:
  • A cyst or a mole changes or gets itchy;
  • A cyst or a mole causes infection;
  • A cyst or a mole represents a cosmetic concern for the patient.

Any surgeon can remove a cyst or a mole, but only cosmetics surgeons are trained in techniques to remove abnormal growths and preserve the aesthetics of the area.

Why Should I Screen Cysts and Moles?

As mentioned above, skin abnormalities, such as cysts, moles, skin tags, etc. can turn into skin cancer. Changes in size, shape or color as well as itchiness or ulceration can be signs of skin cancer. Regular monitoring can diagnose the condition at an early stage and successfully treat it. Based on the screening results, Dr. Angelina Postoev will make a decision whether a lesion should be removed, sampled, or biopsied. At SurgiCare Arts & Aesthetics, we offer a complimentary mole screening.

What are the Benefits of Cyst and Mole Removal?

Cyst and mole removal includes both physical and emotional benefits for a patient. You will feel much better about yourself once an unpleasantly looking cyst or mole gets removed. Special reconstructive surgical techniques will minimize scarring after cysts’ and moles’ removal. It can also benefit your level of comfort because wearing clothes won’t disturb a skin lesion causing rubbing, soreness, and sometimes bleeding.

What Should I Expect from the Procedure?

The primary goal of cyst and mole removal is to remove the abnormal growth(s) in a way that produces the least amount of scarring possible. However, you should be aware that you could have a scar, but we take extra steps to ensure that the scar is minimized in both size and coloration. We will give you recommendations on which procedure is best to remove your moles or cysts, which is determined by location, size, and type of the growths. When you decide on removing a mole on your skin, you will be offered options.

There are four types of non-surgical mole removal, such as:

  • Excision;
  • Shave removal;
  • Laser removal;
  • Freezing.
Cysts are also treated with several methods, including:

  • Drainage;
  • Fine-needle aspiration;
  • Laparoscopy;
  • Surgery
In addition to the mentioned above methods, removal of a facial moles can be done with surgical excision and surgical shave. Commonly, for difficult areas, such as the face or nose, application of a non-invasive mole removal method by laser is considered. It reduces the risk of infection by eliminating any cutting or burning.

How Long Do the Results Last?

The results of your cyst and mole removal are permanent. The treatment works immediately. Patients can see the skin lesions disappear immediately.

What Should I Expect from the Recovery?

It largely depends on which procedure you choose to remove cysts or moles. Another factor to consider is how many areas are treated, and how big your moles/cysts are. If you need more than one area treated at once, you may need to rest for a day. Generally, there is no down-time, most patients can return to work and social activities immediately. The mole removal procedure can leave a scar from excision, which is usually only a thin line, depending on how big the mole was. The scar normally heals within two to three weeks. Your surgeon will recommend methods to reduce scarring and to prevent infection.

Are There Any Side Effects?

Normally, patients can experience mild bruising or swelling. It will disappear gradually in a few days.

How Much Does Cysts/Mole Removal Cost in Atlanta, GA?

The cost of cysts or mole removal varies by patient based on several factors. During your initial consultation, our team will discuss the cost of your procedure and share information about our flexible financing options.
Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

You should feel good about every aspect of your appearance, so maybe now is the time to learn about your options for removing cysts or moles! We invite you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Angelina Postoev.

Moles and cysts are usually of no medical concern, but the way that these abnormal growths look may have you searching for ways to remove them. Angelina Postoev, MD, FACS, a triple board-certified plastic surgeon, and Christopher Ibikunle, MD, FACS, offer cyst/mole removal and a complimentary skin lesions screening for men and women in Buckhead, Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Johns Creek, and the surrounding areas of Georgia. Contact SurgiCare Arts & Aesthetics today to schedule your personal consultation.

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