Here are all small-scale interventions that are performed with local anesthesia and do not require hospitalization. These include the removal or burning of moles, the removal of flies, bladders, hemangiomas, spots, hyperkeratoses, keloids, xanthomas, restoration of the nasopharynx, and generally all benign skin lesions. The process is simple and fast, the pain is completely controlled and the complications rare. Local anesthesia occurs in the area and surgery is performed under aseptic conditions. For this reason, it is usually unnecessary for postoperative antibiotic therapy. If necessary, the surgical preparation will be sent for biopsy, so as to make sure it is indeed a benign lesion.
The patient will receive wound care instructions, which can be washed immediately. Stitching is done five to seven days later, depending on the area of surgery. He will return to his day-to-day work immediately. The old-age belief that the removal of benign moles can cause problems in transforming it into malignant, touches the boundaries of belief rather than reality, as common sense dictates something that is completely removed is no longer in our skin to be transformed.
These interventions must be performed by a specialist plastic surgeon to ensure that the exception is complete and on the part of the patient to identify elements that will lead him to believe that this damage may conceal maladministration. Finally, and for aesthetic reasons, since these lesions are very often on the face or other obvious points. Healing the wounds on the face is very good and scarring scars are rarely created. Other areas such as the shoulders, the chest, and the back of the area are more prone. If the patient’s skin reacts to hypertrophic scar surgery, there are solutions to improve it.