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I have very sensitive skin - despite keeping covered up and using high factor sun cream a few heat blisters that I got on holiday have turned into moles. Even if only for aesthetic reasons, I'd like them removed. Can you suggest where and how much this might cost.
Dear KR
It depends on the number of moles , the size of the lesions and complexity of surgery, the site and the clinical diagnosis. Fo example a wider excision is made if malignancy is suspected. We have a very good surgeon that we can use if the number and size of lesions warrant it. It is a little unusual for blisters to turn into moles but I cannot comment at this stage on the clinical diagnosis.
I hope this helps, but obviously it would be necessary to do a thorough skin review.The first step would be to visit a family doctor or dermatologist at the International SOS Moscow Clinic. They will then recommend further treatment. An initial consultation will cost $105.
Regards , Doctor.
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