It is best and safest to surgically remove lesions that are in any way suspicious using a scalpel. These are excised with an appropriate skin margin in order to entirely eliminate the dangerous tissue. It is a prerequisite for a properly performed procedure. Then, the lesion is sent to a laboratory for a histopathological examination, which determines whether it was a healthy or cancerous lesion.
At our Centre, skin lesion removal is performed by surgeons, paediatric surgeons, surgical oncologists and dermatologic surgeons. Such experienced specialists guarantee that any growths are precisely removed, while wounds are sutured in a way that leaves a minimal scar. Lesions are excised with an appropriate skin margin in order to entirely eliminate the dangerous tissue. Then, the removed lesion is sent to a laboratory for a histopathological examination, which allows us to make sure that the pathological lesion has been removed along with the margin of healthy tissue, that is entirely.
In addition, after suture removal, we can offer you anti-scar treatment suitable for your scar in order to minimise the risk of hypertrophic scar or keloid scar.
It is a microscopic examination of cells (cytology) or tissues (histology). Each lesion that has been cut out from the skin or subcutaneous tissue should be examined by a qualified histopathologist. Each type of removed lesion has a specific histological structure (type and layout of cells). This allows for differentiating for example between wart and fibroid or between naevus pigmentosus and malignant melanoma. This is critical in making further decisions regarding the patient treatment. A histopathological examination also allows us to make sure that the pathological lesion has been removed along with the margin of healthy tissue, that is entirely.
Procedure performed by
Duration of one procedure
approx. 30 min
Recommended number of procedures
- Complete removal of a skin lesion along with an appropriate margin.
- A possibility to examine the removed lesion, so-called histopathological examination and grading.
- Fast problem elimination.
- Continuous professional care during the treatment.
- Local anaesthesia.
- A possibility to examine the lesion under a videodermoscope to check whether it qualifies for immediate removal or just observation.
- Usunięcie zmiany z okolicy twarzy czy na ciele.
- Informacja czy zmiana była łagodna.
- Profilaktyka nowotworowa.
- Lesion removed from the face area or the body.
- Information whether the lesion was benign.
- Anti-cancer prophylaxis.
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding unless the doctor decides otherwise.
- A bacterial, viral or fungal infection within the skin lesion area.
- Blood clotting and circulatory disorders.
- Herpes within the surgical site.
- Bad health condition.
- Allergy to the anaesthetic.
- Fresh tan.
1. 1. Doctor’s consultation.
During the consultation, the doctor carries out a medical interview with the patient to rule out the contraindications for the procedure. Then, the surgeon looks at the skin lesion and proposes a therapy plan.
2. 2. Skin lesion removal using a scalpel.
Before the doctor starts to remove the skin lesion, the patient receives local anaesthesia. Then, using sterile instruments, the surgeon removes the lesion and places sutures.
3. 3. Follow-up consultation.
During a follow-up visit with the patient, the doctor removes the sutures and assesses the wound healing process.
Preparation for the procedure
The procedure does not require any special preparations. However, it is important to make an appointment as fast as possible if you notice any disturbing skin lesion and have all your moles inspected by, for example, a dermatologist. The most thorough examination is possible by means of videodermoscopy.
Is lesion removal painful?
No, the procedure is performed under local anaesthesia.
Who removes lesions?
Skin lesions are removed by a surgeon or a dermatologic surgeon.
Is the doctor able to remove the entire skin lesion?
During the procedure, the doctor excises the entire skin lesion together with a small portion of the surrounding healthy tissue. Such an approach allows us to make sure that no part of the lesion has been left in the skin.
|Resection of a skin lesion||od 300 zł Depending on the size of the lesion. Price determined on a case-by-case basis by a surgeon. The doctor’s consultation is free-of-charge if the treatment is performed on the same day.|
|Histopathological examination||from 80 zł|
|Surgeon or dermatologic surgeon consultation||200 zł The consultation is free-of-charge if the treatment is performed on the same day.|