The after picture was taken 10 weeks after the treatment, with time the treated area would heal seamlessly and you would not even know if there was any mole or skin tag there.
In this video will, you will see the entire treatment, a short summary of the healing progression and the results. You can limit yourself to watching the video, however, if you want to learn more about the healing progression and results, all the information is presented later in this case study.
In particular, the video shows you: The Before and After Pictures Comparison, The Before Pictures taken just before the treatment, Pictures taken during the Treatment, Pictures Taken Immediately After the Treatment, The healing progression summary and The entire procedure.
The subject was approximately 45 years of age at the time of the treatment. The mole was benign and removed for aesthetic reasons only, it was neither inflamed nor red.
The objective of the aesthetic practitioner was to level off the mole with the surrounding skin area in order to achieve the best possible results. The numbing product used, was topical anaesthetic (10% lidocaine) applied with occlusion for one hour. Although the particular numbing product was applied for 10 - 20 mins to achieve the desired numbing effect. In fact, in most cases, there is no need to use injectable local an aesthetics for this types of procedures in order to achieve a fast numbing action of the area. In Europe, medical practitioners can use strong topical aesthetic formulations which achieve the complete numbing of the area in 5 to 10 minutes, sometimes even without the use of occlusion.
Removing the skin tags around the neck area was relatively fast, the area was numbed first before the removal took place.
The treated areas were very sensitive and dry with the first 2 days after the treatment, there was no much pain within the first 2 days. The healing progression was very quick, the scabs were formed on the first to second day after the treatment and the scabs fell off completely on the fifth day after the treatment.
As seen the skin is slightly pinker soon after the scabs has fallen off (during the long-term healing). This is a normal reaction after mole removal of any other minor skin wounds. The area will eventually blend with the surrounding skin, leading to seamless results in most cases. Always bear in mind that the area doe not always blend perfectly with the surrounding skin. Sometimes a minor permanent scars may result, despite the way the treatment was carried out.
The subject used detol and colido silver for smooth healing and protection against infections and bacteria.