BELLEVUE Mole & Cyst Removal
Wart, mole, and cyst removal near Bellevue.
Many of our clients from Bellevue choose cyst, wart, and mole removal for cosmetic reasons. Others have them removed if the skin growth becomes large or uncomfortable or hinders daily activities. Occasionally, moles or cysts can develop into cancer and need to be removed for health reasons.
Removal procedures for these lesions are common and highly effective. Most of the time, you can return to your daily activities immediately after the removal. Our doctors at MOD Dermatology are well acquainted with cyst, wart, and mole removal for our Bellevue clients.
Common Lipomas and Treatments
Moles are a common type of skin growth that appear as small brown spots, commonly found on areas exposed to the sun. Our dermatologists begin with an examination to determine the nature of the mole. Common mole removal options include surgical excision or shaving.
Cysts are round lesions filled with some type of fluid. The most common types of cysts are epidermal (sebaceous) cysts, trichilemmal (pilar) cysts, and milium cysts. For a sebaceous cyst, the cyst removal process is an in-office procedure that starts with numbing the affected area. Your dermatologist will then create an incision and drain the cyst, or will surgically remove the entire cyst to ensure it does not refill with fluid.
Warts are skin-colored bumps caused by an infection from the human papillomavirus, also known as HPV. They mainly appear on the hands and feet. While warts typically resolve themselves without treatment, there are times when professional wart treatment is needed. The most common treatment options include cryotherapy, excision, or electrosurgery.
Schedule an Examination of Your Cyst, Wart, or Mole Today!
Our board-certified dermatologists near Bellevue specialize in surgical dermatology. We use state-of-the-art technology for your cyst, mole, or wart removal to ensure an effective treatment with little to no scarring. Call today and schedule a consultation or a visit to our clinic!