On the skin, moles are patches or regions of discoloured development. They develop when the melanocytes, the skin’s pigment-producing cells, cluster together rather than spread out evenly. Any area of the body may develop nevi, which range in colour from skin to black. It could be level or elevated.

If a mole changes in size, shape, or colour and you are concerned about it, you should see Dr. Manwani and ask about having the mole surgically removed. A mole that causes discomfort, is unsightly, or is in a sensitive place may need to be removed. You should see a doctor right away if a mole is itchy, swollen, red, bleeding, or painful since these symptoms could indicate a more serious condition.


Moles and lipomas are regarded as blemishes that may cause you aesthetic difficulties or, if they become enlarged, health discomfort. Do lipomas or moles disappear on their own? Both have the potential to be harmful to your health over time and won’t go away on their own. Why wait if you feel mole removal is necessary to enhance your health or appearance?

Depending on how many moles and/or lipomas you’d want to have removed, the operation to remove them is typically minimally invasive and only takes a few minutes. There are numerous methods that can be used to remove your mole or lipoma, and the one that is most secure for you and leaves the fewest scars will be carried out. There is only local anaesthesia used.



Although the treated area(s) will be covered with bandages after the treatment, your results are visible right away. You’ll be given advice on how to care for your incisions; carefully follow them to speed up your healing. Avoid using self-tanners/bronzers and makeup with dark pigments on your scars to reduce scarring because the pigments might deepen the scars permanently. The treated regions should not be exposed to the sun for at least a year for the same reason.

After the procedure, there is no downtime, so you can resume your normal routines and work immediately away. You could feel a little uncomfortable, but Tylenol can help.

Having your mole or lipoma removed will give you a complexion with a more uniform texture. Additionally, you’ll be able to determine whether the development posed a risk to your health or was benign.



Choosing a surgeon with extensive proficiency in the field and multifaceted training is crucial to having a pleasant and rewarding surgical experience. As a pioneer in the field of plastic surgery, Dr. Manwani treats every mole removal procedure with artistic rigour and considerate care, ensuring that patients receive the best possible cosmetic outcomes.


The primary advantage of having a mole removed is that your doctor may perform testing to see if the mole is skin cancer. You will be able to begin any additional skin cancer therapy you want as soon as the mole is removed, which may lessen the likelihood that your cancer may metastasis (spread to other body regions).

Moreover, a lot of people who have mole removal operations are pleased with their appearance after healing.

Most moles do not need to be treated. However, if you don’t like the way a mole looks or feels, you might wish to have it removed. If you have any concerns about a mole, consult your doctor. Moles are typically removed if your doctor thinks they could be malignant or for aesthetic purposes.

Your general health and the size of the mole you have removed will both affect how quickly you heal. Healing time following mole removal is most likely two to three weeks. You’ll be able to go about your daily business during this period, though you could feel a little sore. You should adhere to the wound care guidelines provided by your healthcare professional to encourage healing and avoid infection.

Anaesthesia will be used by your healthcare practitioner to numb the area before and during the mole removal procedure. Some mole removal procedures just call for a topical (on the skin) anaesthetic, but your doctor may also choose to administer drugs by injection, such as lidocaine, to ease your discomfort. After having a mole removed, you could experience burning or stinging in the area for a few days.

Never attempt to get rid of moles yourself. Even while you may be tempted to try to shave or chop your mole out yourself or purchase products billed as mole removal pens or lasers, you shouldn’t do it for a few key reasons.It could harbour cancer.



If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment with Dr Manwani, please contact us.



If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment with Dr Manwani, please contact us.

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