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Mole Removal Kent

Paul Banwell mole removalMoles are mostly harmless, but there are several reasons people choose to opt for mole removal in Kent with Paul Banwell. 
 
Moles can be uncomfortable, snag on clothing, get cut while shaving or combing hair, or simply rub. And some moles can be unsightly and lead to lower self-confidence and self-esteem.
 
Paul Banwell is an award-winning, internationally trained plastic surgeon who specialises in mole removal in Kent, London and the south east of England. He makes frequent media appearances as a leading voice in the field, and his team at the Banwell Clinic in Kent are considered international experts in skin health and state-of-the-art skin treatments, including mole removal with minimal scarring.
 
To get in touch and book a consultation for mole removal in Kent, use the contact form.

 

Why get a mole removed?

Some moles are “beauty spots”, but others may look unattractive and be a source of concern. The same may apply to small birthmarks, skin tags, warts, cysts, papillomas and other lumps and bumps on the skin which need removing – all of which can be addressed at one of Mr Banwell’s clinics.
 
Most moles are harmless, and harmless moles are not usually treated on the NHS. In other instances, the removal might be for medical reasons.
 
Either way, Mr Banwell can assess any mole and perform an excision biopsy before sending the sample off to a laboratory for analysis. His regular clinics in Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks and Westerham are an ideal opportunity to get a mole examined and, if necessary, removed.

 

When should you be worried about a mole?

Moles can vary in colour, size and shape – and can also change their appearance over time. It is important to know if they are a cause for concern or purely cosmetic blemishes.
 
Moles are usually circular and brown, though they can be flesh coloured, pink, black or blue. If they occur over a hair follicle then the mole may have a hair growing through it, which is typically darker than other hairs.
 
More than the type of mole, of greater concern is when they start to change – perhaps growing bigger, changing colour or becoming itchy and starting to scab or bleed.
 
Moles that are changing or have changed in appearance should be checked out, whether by a GP or at a clinic such as Mr Banwell’s.
 
The risk is that a changing mole can be a sign of developing melanoma, a type of skin cancer. Early action and removal of the entire mole is recommended in such circumstances.

 

How moles are removed

Shave excision is a simple procedure, by which moles can often be removed without the need for stitches or cutting the skin. This can be done under localised anaesthetic and has a very short recovery period.
 
In some cases, the entire mole is removed – this is called a mole excision biopsy, with a sample then sent away in the lab unless it is a purely cosmetic procedure with no cause for concern.
 
Mr Banwell uses both of these techniques to remove moles, skin tags and birthmarks at his clinics in Kent, London and across south east England.
 
Moles on the face and neck respond best to treatment. Elsewhere on the body it is common for there to be a small patch of lighter coloured skin where the mole once was. Of course, this is still preferable to an unsightly mole.

 

Aftercare following mole removal 

It can take as little as 15 minutes to have a mole removed at one of Mr Barnwell’s Kent clinics, and the process rarely takes longer than an hour.
 
Afterwards, you can carry on as normal although strenuous exercise should be avoided for one to two weeks. The mole will have a dressing on which can get wet through washing – but not soaked through swimming or long baths.
 
If you’ve had stitches as part of the procedure they will be taken out after one or two weeks. Alternatively if the mole was shaved off, the dressing will simply fall off in due time.

 

Mole removal in Kent – costs

Mole removal at one of Mr Banwell’s Kent clinics currently costs from £320. This secures the services of a highly experienced surgeon, with scarring either nonexistent or minimised as much as possible.

 

About Paul Banwell

Paul Banwell was educated in Tunbridge Wells and went on to become an internationally renowned plastic and  cosmetic surgeon with an expertise in skin health and cosmetic surgery.
 
Paul is a member of the British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS). He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
 
You might also have seen him on TV or other media outlets as a pioneer and leading voice in the field of cosmetic surgery. He offers a range of face and body treatments, as well as skin care and mole and tag removals.
 
Mole removal consultations in Kent are available in Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks and Westerham.
 
TO BOOK A CONSULTATION please call 01342 330302 or use the Contact Form.

From the welcome I got on my first visit to post-op consultations, the team were very friendly. Mr Banwell is undoubtedly the most professional and caring surgeon I could wish for. I have felt completely confident in his expertise, and am thrilled with the results. I would not hesitate – and indeed have – to recommend him to all my friends.


H F.

My care was efficient and effective, the office staff were excellent and the clinic clean. Mr Banwell did a very good job under difficult circumstances given the length of time the BCC had been there. I would definitely recommend Mr Banwell.


Anthea C.

I am delighted to say that everything has settled down very well and my upper lids are looking extremely good. I would like to thank you for the tremendous care you have taken with me over the past 15 months.


Rosemary F.

Thank you so much for doing an amazing job on my breast enlargement.


Louise P.

I decided to have treatment with Mr Banwell due to recommendations from other healthcare professionals and knowledge of his surgical skills. My expectations were for reduced ptosis and fuller breasts, my expectations were exceeded. Mr Banwell provided me with honest and realistic expectations for my clinical outcome. I found it a very positive experience. I was originally very apprehensive about undertaking a cosmetic procedure and questioned the need for proceeding, but following my breast augmentation I have much more self confidence and I realise that I’d underestimated how much the ptosis had been getting to me. The outcome has been fantastic! Thank you.


Sharon B.

I realised initially that surgery was my only option. Initially hesitant about surgery I accepted Mr Banwell’s advice and counselling. I am impressed with his expertise surgically combined with his caring attitude to patients like me. I would recommend him highly without any hesitation. He inspires confidence.


Michael S.

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