My first email today was from a happy patient “Looks so much better. I love it”. Thank you to my lovely patient for this start to my day. I removed…
This hand had been treated for many years with wart treatments. I removed this SKIN CANCER with a margin of normal tissue to clear it and took skin from elsewhere…
This man kindly sent his post-op photo a few weeks after the removal of this lesion from his eyebrow. The slight redness is usual at this early stage of healing….
It often surprises people how varicose veins may be removed through tiny incisions. Removing them in this way is called phlebectomy or “avulsions”.
Thank you to my patient who sent me this before / after illustration of her first thread vein treatment once I had removed her varicose veins which had been “feeding” the thread veins.
This message from a patient who had undergone repair of stretched and torn earlobes made my day.
“Very happy with my face. Just annoyed I didn’t do it sooner. Really appreciate your help” Accompanied these before and after photos sent to me by this lovely lady 14 days after her #facialsurgery for #moleremoval which I carried out under #localanaesthetic.
I was anxious about having the mole on my face removed under local anaesthetic having had a bad experience years ago.
These photographs are seven days apart. The fine absorbable stitches that I use to close after removing something as tiny as this are the thickness of a human hair and are placed using magnification for precision.
One of my recent patients has taken photographs of her “mole removal journey” which she is happy to share. I hope that showing them on this site, it helps others know what to expect if they wish to have a mole or minor skin lesion (lipoma or cyst) removed.