Atlanta Mole Removal
Mole removal is a personal subject. If you are looking for a qualified plastic surgeon that is known for expert Atlanta mole removal to skillfully remove an unwanted mole and improve your skins appearance, trust Dr. Stong and the team at Kalos. Sometimes called cosmetic mole removal, this is often an optional cosmetic procedure as most moles are simply non cancerous black or brown spots or irregularities on your skin. Moles can be found on every part of your body and can develop over time or you may have had them from birth.
Only you know how it feels to have moles that are seemingly unsightly, uncomfortable or raised moles that are irritants to clothing or the like. If you have decided it is time to remove a mole or moles, call and schedule an appointment with Dr. Benjamin C. Stong at Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery.
Skin Lesion Removal
When a skin lesion becomes troublesome, it is time to call Kalos and inquire about Dr. Stong’s Atlanta skin lesion removal procedure. When a mole or skin lesion protrudes from your skin it can be a daily irritant that you would simply like to do without. When considering mole or skin lesion removal it is important to first have the areas you would like removed checked by a qualified dermatologist. It is important to ensure that the moles/lesions are simply benign and non cancerous. Dr. Stong performs both laser procedures and traditional mole and skin lesion removal procedures.
Facial Plastic Surgeon that Removes Moles
If the mole that you would like removed is on your face and you are looking for a facial plastic surgeon that removes moles, Dr. Stong has vast experience in all aspects of facial plastic surgery and mole removal. Trust the expertise, skill and confidence of the team at Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery. Contact our Mole Removal Experts at Kalos today to schedule an appointment.
Mole Removal | Skin Lesion Removal | Facial Plastic Surgeon that Removes MolesDisclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.