Surgical excision of skin lesions

It is a safe and effective procedure involving excision of pathological skin lesions, such as pigmented moles (commonly known as freckles), atheromas, and lipomas. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia with great precision to make sure that the trace left after the lesion is as small as possible.


  • excision of an inflammatory tumour: atheroma, lipoma, furuncle (boil), hard fibroma
  • excision of a pigmented mole 
  • excision of a skin wart
  • excision of genital warts (condylomata acuminata)
  • excision of vascular coccus
  • excision of precancerous and cancerous lesions of the skin
  • ingrown nail correction
  • incision, evacuation and drainage of an abscess
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About the procedure

Surgical removal of skin lesions is a safe and effective procedure involving excision of pathological skin lesions, such as pigmented moles (commonly known as freckles), inflammatory tumours (atheromas, lipomas, furuncles, and hard fibromas), as well as precancerous and cancerous skin lesions.

The procedure is performed with great precision to make the trace left after the lesion as small as possible. What the treated site will look like in the end depends on the individual regenerative capacity of the Patient. To accelerate the regeneration process, we recommend that Patients undergo a LED lights therapy available in our clinic (more about the LED lights therapy here). In the event where a scar is left, we recommend treatment sessions with the ablative fractional laser (more about laser scar removal here).

Not all lesions qualify for surgical excision. Some may be removes by a surgical laser. During the consultation appointment, which is held before the procedure, the physician decides about the right treatment method. Learn more about laser removal of skin lesions here.


What does the treatment procedure look like?

Surgical excision of skin lesions is performed under local anaesthesia. The first stage of the procedure is to anaesthetise the treatment site. An anaesthetic agent is injected under the skin using a thin needle, which makes it possible to perform the excision in a completely painless manner. Next, the lesions are removed, the wound is sutured and covered with a dressing, and the specimen collected is sent for histopathological examination.


Pain sensations

The procedure is carried out under local anaesthesia which makes it absolutely pain-free.


Duration of the treatment procedure

The duration of the procedure depends on the size, number and location of the lesions. The expected time in the case of a single lesion is approx. 30 minutes, while several lesions require around an hour to be removed.


Post-treatment recovery

7 – 14 days after the treatment procedure, it is necessary to arrive to have your stitches removed. The results of histopathological examination are ready in approx. 3 – 4 weeks.

Recommendations after surgery

Do not tan your skin
unikanie sauny
Do not use sauna
krem przyśpieszający gojenie
Use creams that speed up healing
krem z filtrem
Use sunscreen
Give up the gym
Do not use a swimming pool


  • pregnancy and breast-feeding
  • active neoplastic disease
  • immunity disorders, immunosuppression
  • therapy with anticoagulant drugs
  • active skin infections in the lesion area
  • active psoriatic lesions
  • predisposition to keloids

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Price list

Surgical excision of a skin lesion on the face from PLN 450
Surgical excision of a superficial skin lesion on other parts of the body from PLN 400
Surgical excision of lesions in the subcutaneous tissue, e.g. an atheroma or lipoma from PLN 400 to PLN 600
Surgical correction of an ingrown nail from PLN 500


The price includes anaesthesia, suture removal and histopathological examination. The price of the treatment procedure depends on the size and location of the lesions. In case of more lesions, the price is determined on an individual basis.

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