What Is Lesion Removal?
If you examine your skin, then you may notice small growths or regions that appear different compared to the surrounding skin. These are known as skin lesions and could develop anywhere on your face or body. You may want a lesion removed if it is bothersome, unattractive, or painful. Although most skin lesions are harmless and noncancerous, a lesion that has changed over time may need to be biopsied to test for cancerous cells. If you have a lesion you'd like to have analyzed or removed, schedule a consultation with Dr. Katayoun Motlagh. Most lesions can be removed quickly with as little discomfort as possible in one of our treatment rooms at Dr. Motlagh’s facility in Palmdale, CA.
KMHC Clinic services the following areas in Antelope Valley: Palmdale, Lancaster, Acton and Quartz Hill.
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"I feel that have to review Dr Motlagh again for those who are looking for an excellent Primary care Dr. When I tell you she is THE best Dr I’ve ever had…… When I came to her, I was on several medications that provided the same benefit. She helped me with that. She reminded me of the importance of annual exams (Mammogram, blood work, and all the other physical requirements that should be checked annually) She provides excellent referrals if necessary and truly makes you feel a part of your own health care❤️ Thank you Dr Motlagh and staff. You guys are amazing❤️❤️❤️🤗"- R.B. / Google / Apr 26, 2023
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How Is Lesion Removal Performed?
Depending on the type of lesion being addressed, there could be multiple options for removal. An excision with biopsy may be recommended by Dr. Motlagh, which entails cutting the lesion out, along with some tissue and skin under and around it. This is often performed for moles, cysts, or other kinds of lesions that could be precancerous or cancerous. A topical anesthetic and stitches will likely be needed in these circumstances. The surface of the skin should heal within a week or two. Surface layer lesions may also be removed using a surgical blade that gently shaves away the mark. Dr. Motlagh could alternately suggest laser treatment, cryotherapy, or topical creams that minimize the appearance of skin lesions. The removal method that is the most ideal for your skin will be decided during your initial consultation.
Uproot Unwanted Lesions
Virtually every adult has a skin lesion they would love to eliminate. While most lesions don't require treatment unless they start to itch, bleed, become inflamed, or are believed to be cancerous, you may want them removed for cosmetic reasons. We will offer a complete assessment of your lesion(s) and discuss treatment choices. Contact Dr. Motlagh’s office in Palmdale, CA to find out more about skin lesion removal or to schedule a consultation.
How Can I Protect My Wound?
When you have a wound, it's crucial to handle it with care. To promote healing, avoid bumping or knocking the affected area for the first few days. This gentle approach will help prevent further injury and encourage a faster recovery.
How Can I Cover Wounds On My Face?
If you've had a lesion removed from your face, it's essential to avoid using makeup near the wound until your stitches are removed. Consult your doctor or healthcare professional for specific guidelines. Prioritizing your wound's healing process will lead to optimal results.
How Much Time Should I Take To Heal?
Depending on the location of your wound, it's important to refrain from engaging in strenuous exercise for at least two weeks following the procedure. However, always consult your doctor before resuming any physical activity. They will advise you on when it's safe to gradually reintroduce exercise into your routine.
When Can You Shower, Bathe, or Swim?
To determine when it's safe to resume your regular bathing routine, consult your doctor or healthcare provider. They will provide guidance based on the specifics of your procedure. It's important to follow their instructions to prevent any complications or delays in your recovery.