This patient had a birth mark on her hand. The doctor gave local anaesthesia around the mole area and then removed half of it in the first excision. Then after 6 months the remaining of the mole was removed.
Approximately 2–4 weeks after mole removal, as healing tissue begins to build up, the affected area may look red and feel stiff. Although the wound area could be a little raised and red for 1–2 months, the scar typically becomes less red and flatter over time
Complete removal with no need for skin graft and no contour deformity. Scar will reduce with time.