Skin Lesion Excision is a medical procedure during which a surgeon removes a cancerous skin lesion along with a surrounding tissue area referred to as the margin.
During the procedure, the lesion is surgically excised using a sharp surgical blade. This excision includes removing a small cuff of seemingly healthy skin from the surrounding area. Typically, stitches are employed to aid in the healing process. These stitches are typically placed both beneath the skin and on the surface to secure and close the wound.
Lesion Excision in Dubai is a surgical procedure designed to eliminate cancerous lesions present on the skin. This approach may be considered as a treatment option for individuals diagnosed with basal cell or squamous cell skin cancer, as well as melanoma, which is the most aggressive form of skin cancer.
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During the procedure, your doctor will use small forceps to gently grasp the skin lesion and lift it up. Then, they will use small, curved scissors to meticulously cut around and beneath the lesion. In some cases, a curette, which is an instrument used for cleaning or scraping the skin, may be employed to remove any remaining parts of the lesion. Stitches are seldom necessary for this type of procedure.
Following the procedure, you should not experience significant pain. However, it’s normal to have some soreness, swelling, or bruising in the treated area. Your doctor may suggest over-the-counter medications to alleviate any discomfort. In most cases, individuals can resume their regular activities on the same day as the procedure.
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Many individuals can resume their regular activities on the same day as their procedure. The speed of wound healing varies depending on factors such as the size of the wound and the type of procedure performed. In general, most wounds require 1 to 3 weeks to fully heal. If you underwent laser surgery, it’s common for your skin to undergo a change in color, which may gradually return to its natural hue over time.
The final appearance of your scar may take anywhere from six to 18 months to fully develop. During this time, you can expect your scar to gradually soften and fade. Initially, the scar may appear pink (as shown in photo B). However, it’s important to note that not all scars fade completely. If your scar remains pink after 12 to 18 months, it is advisable to reach out to your healthcare provider to discuss potential options and further management.
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