For bigger, more obscure, deeper, or non-cancerous birthmark or mole, surgical excision might be suggested by your doctor. During the surgical excision procedure, the region underneath the mole or birthmark is desensitised with anesthesia to guarantee that there is no discomfort or pain. This will likewise make the mole or birthmark raise, taking into consideration more comfortable and effortless removal. Your birthmarks or mole will then, at that point, be eliminated with a sharp edge, mostly a scalpel. Based upon the size and position of the mole or birthmark, stitches could possibly be essential. The wounded area will then be covered with a sterile bandage to stop the bleeding and you will begin to notice the scar fading away within 2-3 weeks time.
Currently there are not many treatment techniques for a surgical excision of birthmarks. The removal of birthmarks is generally carried out using the traditional method of surgical excision using an anesthesia and scalpel unless the doctor notices complications for the birthmark to be removed.