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Myself and Cosmedics Skin Clinics have published an infographic entitled ‘Facts About Moles’ in order to help raise awareness of the importance of mole checking and what to do if there are any doubts.
The new ‘Facts About Moles’ infographic has been designed to help the public with key information, including:
Our advice is always ‘if in doubt, check it out’.
Any mole causing concern should be seen by a professional as soon as possible.
There’s no need to be embarrassed as it is often difficult to know what moles are of concern or not yourself.
Your best bet is to leave it to your doctor to decide whether any specialist advice is needed. If that is the case then your doctor can refer you on the NHS or privately if preferred and they can then remove it for peace of mind and send it for testing to ensure it is all ok.
If you want to read more, the experts at Consulting Room really know what they're talking about and have put together some Moles, warts, skin tags and benign growths FAQs just for you.
If you have more questions, you can use the Moles, warts, skin tags and benign growths question feature to talk to our panel of trained medical experts.
If you're keen to get started with mole removal treatment right away then you're in luck - those clever folks also have a list of trusted, accredited Moles, warts, skin tags and benign growth clinics in your area.
Many thanks to the author of this blog Dr Ross Perry who Established Cosmedics Skin Clinics in 2003 in the City of London.
As most of his patients already know, he is very much a perfectionist in all aspects of his work. Ross’s private work consists of minor surgical procedures such as mole, wart and skin tag removal.
As well as being an expert in mole removal which offers an extensive range of cosmetic treatments such as botox, dermal fillers, excessive sweating and eyelid lift amongst others.
If you are concerned about moles in London, see how Dr. Ross can help you.
An in-depth consultation process is to find out about any current or previous medical conditions and medication that may impact aesthetic treatment.
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