At SOTHERGA, dermatological and specialist visits can be carried out so that suspect lesions can be examined and together with the doctor, a decision can be made as to whether and how to remove them for both preventive and aesthetic reasons.
What is it?
A dermatological visit aimed at detecting suspect lesions and proceeding to eliminate them, as well as those that are not suspect, but have a major impact on aesthetics and practicality. For example, a pendulous fibroid on the neck that can get caught in a necklace and tear abruptly.
How does it work?
A thorough analysis of moles, lipomas and cysts. After the consultation, moles, cysts, lipomas or warts can be removed surgically or by laser, always using the best technology to minimise scarring. In the case of suspect lesions, it is essential to carry out surgery to obtain a sample for histological examination. If, after an initial clinical evaluation, a large number of atypical or irregular moles are found, requiring monitoring over time, a dermoscopy, a second-level dermatological test, is prescribed.
Results are dependent on the area to be treated and the technologies selected by the doctor following consultation.
Duration of treatment
Ask the doc
“Melanocytic moles require surgery because they require a histological examination that cannot be carried out with lasers.”
Dr. Claudia Menicanti