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    Quote Originally Posted by Night Owl View Post
    I've had about 4 moles removed from my face. They were cut out and stitched by a plastic surgeon. I have no scars (I was surprised as I got a big keloid scar from my cs).

    For moles on my face I wouldn't trust a GP to cut it out. My sister had a mole removed by a GP and ended up with a big keloid scar, for subsequent moles she removed she went to the plastic surgeon I used and there were no scars.

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    This might be a stupid question but was this with a GA or just local anaesthetic ?

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    It was a local so I was wide awake for the whole procedure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night Owl View Post
    It was a local so I was wide awake for the whole procedure.

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    Did it hurt?

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    Yes a little. I didn't realise the dr had given me a local. It felt as though hw started cutting the moles out.

    I would do it again though as I was really happy with the results. The removal of 4 moles cost me around $500

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    Thanks for your replies! I have decided to just go ahead with it. Just need to decide on a place. Will let you know how it goes.


 

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