Lipoma removal from outer thigh under local anaesthesia – results at 4 months.
Removal of birthmark cheek
Removal of a birthmark under local anaesthetic. Scar 4 months after surgery.
Shave keratosis cheek
Seborrheic keratoses can be easily removed by shaving them off, which results in a flat scar. The area typically heals within 7 days, and the result here is shown after 6 months.
This patient has neurofibromatosis, which causes multiple skin lumps (neurofibromata). They were removed under local anaesthesia. Results at 4 months.
Xanthelasma, also known as xanthelasma palpebrarum (XP), is a benign yellow growth that typically occurs on or near the inner corners of the eyelids. It is caused by a build-up of cholesterol deposits under the skin. Results here are at 6 months.
Venous lake removal
A venous lake is a small blood vessel (vein) in the skin, which over time has become enlarged and wider (or dilated). This lady has had removal of a venous lake from her lip. Results at 6 months.
Laser shave of seborrheic keratosis
Seborrheic keratoses (SK), also known as seborrheic warts and basal cell papillomas, are benign growths caused by a buildup of skin cells. This patient’s keratosis was removed with a laser.
Papillomas are wart-like growths that are harmless. This patient had one removed from her upper eyelid.
Removal of lower eyelid xanthelasma
Lower eyelid xanthelasma results after 6 months.
Mole removal cheeks
This patient had 3 moles removed under local anaesthetic. Results at 6 months.
This lady has had 2 moles removed from her face. Results are at 6 months. Scars have settled very nicely.
Large papilloma base of nose
This patient had a large papilloma removed under local (walk-in in walk-out). The scar has settled well after 4 months.