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Dr. Jon is very friendly, patient and professionalism. He explains our questions in detail and make me and my daughter understand the whole treatment process very well and make us feel comfortable to move ahead for the treatments. He and His staff speaks very well English. They are always be nice and patient to the clients. Definitely a good place to recommend to the foreigners who live in Seoul and need treatments of the skin.
Nova Skin and Hair Clinic, located in Dogok dong, Seoul, South Korea offers patients Mole Removal procedures among its total of 56 available procedures, across 3 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Mole Removal procedures at Nova Skin and Hair Clinic, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately $24. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by the lead specialist at the Clinic, and they are accredited by ABHRS - American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery
I am delighted to offer a review for ATOP Plastic Surgery Clinic. From the moment I received my first reply from Leah on my inquiry for council from ATOP until my last follow-up, I have been treated with care and kindness throughout. The professionalism by the entire staff has always been shown and helped ease my concerns of the potential procedure. In addition, since I do not speak Korean and only English, both Leah and Anna who spoke excellent English were always available for accurate translation. After my first conversation with Anna, she explained all the details and answered all my questions quickly and thoroughly. Once Dr. Ahn came in for the consultation he was extremely nice, professional, and helped me understand what the best course of action would be to correct the brow sag that was affecting my peripheral vision. While my sagging brows were affecting my vision, it was also affecting my ability to read without getting extremely tired. Once the procedure was complete, I immediately noticed the difference and was able to read without getting tired and my peripheral vision was greatly improved. Thank you, Dr. Ahn and staff for your professionalism and kindness and I will offer my recommendation to those interested in the ATOP Plastic Surgery Clinic.
Today I came to Renewme skin clinic to do an extraction and V beam laser. The day before that I met with a doctor who suggested me those treatments. When I came today the stuff was really nice and helped me get ready for my procedures. They provided me a translator who explain all the steps of the procedures. The lady who was doing my extraction was really gentle and did everything really fast. Then when I was doing the laser it was painful but bareble and they were explaining everything during the procedure. Then to calm my skin they put a soothing cream.I really enjoyed my time here as in Kazakhstan I feel the same procedures are different and Norbert like here. So thank you!
Renewme Skin Clinic Seocho, located in Dogok dong, Seoul, South Korea offers patients Mole Removal procedures among its total of 58 available procedures, across 3 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Mole Removal procedures at Renewme Skin Clinic Seocho, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately $24. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by the lead specialist at the Clinic, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes
Dr. Sung's Clinic, located in Dogok dong, Seoul, South Korea offers patients Mole Removal procedures among its total of 21 available procedures, across 6 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Mole Removal procedures at Dr. Sung's Clinic, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately $24. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by just a small team of specialists, with 2 in total at the Clinic, and they have multiple recognized accreditations, including: IBCS - International Board of Cosmetic SurgeryASRM - American Society for Reproductive Medicine
I had above and beyond service here. Like others have said, the doctor has perfect English, and he has a wealth of knowledge. After my treatment, the doctor gave me his direct line so I could message him with any problems or questions that I had.He never tried to upsell me for anything besides what I asked for and even persuaded me not to have a treatment I wanted to get because of risks of complications.In my follow up appointment, the doctor had me go through another round of treatment without charging me. I ended up going through a third treatment, which I should have probably been charged for, but he ended up not charging me. Each treatment, I got better and better.I definitely would go here again for any other treatment I will get in the future and would tell my family to come here as well. It's really hard to find someone that you can trust and who isn't going to treat you just like a number. Plus, it was really affordable and you get some of your tax money back at the airport if you're a foreigner.
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A mole is a cluster of pigmented skin cells that can appear anywhere on your body. It is a common type of skin growth that usually shows up during childhood or adolescence. Most moles are benign (noncancerous).
If you do not like the way a mole looks or feels, or if they get in your way (such as when you dress or shave), you can have it removed through a procedure called mole removal. Mole removal can also be performed if a mole on your body is found to be cancerous. In this case, mole removal is done to get rid of the dangerous cells.
Mole removal can usually be done by a dermatologist in a single office visit. There are several techniques used to remove a mole:
During shave excision, your doctor will give you a local anesthetic to numb the area around the mole. Then, a thin tool similar to a razor is used to gently slice away your mole and some tissue beneath it. Your doctor may also use a device with a small electrode at its end to perform a procedure called electrosurgical feathering. The feathering is done to help reduce the appearance of the excision as it can blend the edges of the wounds with the skin that surrounds it. In most cases, no stitches are needed for a shave excision. Once the surgery is completed, your doctor may examine the mole under a microscope to check for signs of skin cancer.
Surgical excision is deeper than a shave excision. After numbing the area of the mole, your doctor will cut out the entire mole, the subcutaneous fat layer underneath it, and some healthy skin around it using a scalpel or a sharp, circular blade. The wound is then closed with stitches.
Laser mole removal
Your doctor starts this procedure by applying local anesthesia around the area of the mole you want to remove. Then, laser ray is directed to the cells that form the mole. These cells absorb the laser ray, causing the mole to fumes away from the surface of your skin, while the adjacent skin remains intact.
Mole removal is usually an outpatient procedure, so you can leave the hospital as soon as your mole removal is complete. You can normally leave South Korea within a day or two. However, if your mole removal procedure involves stitches, you may need to stay longer, usually around a week.
The recovery time for mole removal varies. It may take a few days to a few weeks for you to fully recover, depending on how large the mole was and how deep your doctor had to cut it. In general, a mole removal scar takes at least 2 to 3 weeks to heal. However, you should be able to return to your normal activities the next day after your procedure if the mole was small and your doctor does not need to make a deep cut. If you had stitches, it is recommended that you avoid doing any strenuous activities for a few days.
Your doctor will instruct you on how to care for yourself after the procedure. To reduce the size of a scar and decrease the chance of infection, you can do the following:
Avoid direct sunlight on the scar for at least six months. If you do go outside, ensure that your scar is covered with a strong sunscreen (at least SPF 30). Cover the scar with sun-protective clothing whenever possible.
Do not stretch the scar. A lot of movement on the area where the scar is located can stretch it and result in longer healing time and a bigger scar.
Always keep the incision site clean, moist, and covered.
Note that if your doctor’s instruction is different from any of the above, you should follow there instruction.
Mole removal is generally a straightforward, simple, and safe procedure with high success rates. The biggest risk after the procedure is scarring. The site can also get infected and bleeds. You can avoid both by carefully following your doctor's instructions to care for the wound until it is healed.
There are currently no other alternatives to mole removal than the procedures mentioned in this article. You may have heard or read a number of at home, “do-it-yourself” techniques to remove a mole. While these methods may sound pretty easy, they are not proven to work. Some may even be dangerous for your health. A safer way to conceal moles if you do not like their appearance is to cover them with makeup.
Before mole removal, you may have a mole that makes you feel self-conscious about, makes your activity uncomfortable, or cancerous. After the procedure, the mole should be gone completely. Depending on the reason you had the procedure, you may feel more confident, more comfortable, or the cancer is prevented from growing and spreading.
Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 31/03/2022.