Lesion Removal in Fort Worth and Burleson, TX

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what is Lesion Removal?

There are various types of skin lesions that may affect the health and appearance of your skin, including skin tags, keratosis, moles, and warts, among others. Some kinds of skin lesions are raised and create a bump, while others lie under the surface of the skin, causing a dark spot. While many skin lesions carry no cause for concern, Fort Worth and Burleson, TX patients may choose to have a spot removed for cosmetic reasons or to reduce the risk of skin cancer and other health concerns. At Med Spa at Seena One (Corrective Skin Care)in Burleson, TX, board-certified physician Dr. Mukhtar Anees and our certified medical aesthetician perform skin lesion removal to improve your complexion and minimize skin cancer risks. Our experienced team is pleased to offer a safe, permanent, and noninvasive skin lesion removal option with advanced Super Frecator® high-frequency technology.

What are the benefits?

At Med Spa At Seena One, we understand how intimidating or unwanted various lesions and imperfections of the skin can be. These areas can also, at times, hold some trepidation and potential harm to your overall health. Getting these lesions removed can result in a number of benefits, such as:

  • Quick, in-office procedure
  • Reduces irritation in affected areas
  • Minimizes risk of malignancy or cancer
  • Improves satisfaction with aesthetic appearance

am i a candidate for lesion removal?

Skin lesion removal is ideal for individuals who have a wart, skin tag, keratosis, fibroma, calcium bump, mole, and a host of other minor skin irregularities. We can easily remove raised or flat lesions with the Super Frecator device to address both aesthetic and medical concerns. Ideal candidates for skin lesion removal typically meet the following criteria:

  • Are dealing with chronic skin irritation
  • Desire the removal of one or more skin lesions
  • Feel self-conscious about their skin
  • Are concerned that their lesions could pose health risks
  • Have a skin lesion or mole in a prominent area on the body, such as the nose, chin, cheeks, or hands

how does lesion removal work?

Dr. Anees selects the least invasive method possible for removing skin growths and irregularities and uses the Super Frecator, a device that operates on high-frequency electrical currents. This approach incorporates a special probe that transmits an electrical current to the skin, which works to dehydrate the lesion and stimulate new cell growth. The Super Frecator technology enhances treatment comfort, does not cause bleeding, and offers permanent skin lesion removal for Fort Worth and Burleson, TX patients.

how long is recovery after lesion removal?

Following skin lesion and mole removal with the Super Frecator, a scab will form where the growth or irregularity existed. The scab may itch but should be left alone and will fall off in about one week. Once a new layer of skin forms, the area will gradually return to a normal color and texture. Skin removal procedures using this high-frequency technology generally carry minimal downtime and cause very little postoperative discomfort. Before beginning any lesion removal service, Dr. Anees and our team will review what to expect during treatment and will provide detailed skin lesion removal aftercare instructions. 

Lesion Removal FAQ

What is considered a skin lesion?

Skin lesions are abnormal growths of the skin that have a different feel or appearance from the skin around it. There are two types of skin lesions, primary and secondary. A primary lesion is an abnormal skin condition that you’re born with or acquire over your lifetime. A secondary lesion is a result of irritation or damage to a primary skin lesion, for example, scratching a mole that results in the formation of a crust.

What does a skin lesion look like?

A skin lesion is an area of the skin that appears different from the surrounding skin. It can be patchy or bumpy or slightly discolored. It may be a bump, depression, ulcer, sore, or discolored area.

What does excision of lesions mean?

Excision means the surgeon will remove the skin lesion (often cancerous), plus a small area surrounding it called the margin.

What are the types of lesions?

There are three types of skin lesions:

  • Plaques – these are palpable lesions larger than 10mm in diameter that are raised or depressed in relation to the surface of the skin.
  • Macules – these are flat lesions usually less than 10mm in diameter
  • Papules – these are elevated lesions and can be easily felt or palpated

Is lesion removal painful?

Lesion removal using the Super Frecator technology is typically not painful. Some patients may experience mild discomfort or itching as the scab heals after the treatment. Our team members at Med Spa at Seena One will ensure that you are comfortable during the procedure and provide any necessary post-treatment care instructions for optimal healing.

Are there any risks associated with lesion removal?

Complications from skin lesion removal are rare and usually minor. The most common complication is a change in the color or texture of the treated area, which usually resolves within a few months. Infection, scarring, and bleeding are also possible but uncommon risks. During your consultation, Dr. Anees will discuss any potential risks and answer any questions you may have.

say goodbye to Skin Lesions

Unsightly lesions on the face or body can cause embarrassment or irritation and may pose a health risk. Med Spa at Seena One (Corrective Skin Care)is pleased to bring the latest in advanced treatments to Fort Worth and Burleson, TX clients and can help restore their appearance with a quick, noninvasive Super Frecator skin lesion removal procedure. Call our practice today to arrange a consult with Dr. Anees or our trained medical aesthetician to learn more and to review your options for lesion removal.

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