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Mr Stuart Hislop - Mole Removal Specialist

Mr Stuart Hislop Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

221 Crookston Road, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G53 3NQ - 4.72 miles
BMI Ross Hall Hospital - 4.72 miles
221 Crookston Road, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G53 3NQ

Mr Stuart Hislop Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

32 years of experience
Expert in: Mole Removal, Bone Graft, Broken Teeth/Retained Root Removal, Cancer of the Head, Neck, Mouth, and Tongue + 31 more

Mr William Stuart Hislop is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon with a specialist interest in head and neck tumours, salivary gland surgery, facial trauma and cancer surgery. He qualified in Medicine in 1987 from the University of Bristol before choosing to specialise in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery. He currently works for the practice NHS Ayrshire and Arran in Scotland and also the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. His clinical work includes skin cancer resection, facial reconstruction following malignancy and oropharyngeal malignancy. He also regularly performs dentoalveolar surgery and application of dental implants.

He also enjoys carrying out research, teaching and writing publications. Mr Hislop particularly has an interest in personal injury and medical negligence.  


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Salivary gland surgery
  • Submandibular Gland Tumour Surgery
  • Oral Reconstruction
  • Jaw Surgery
  • Temporomandibular joint Surgery
  • Broken Teeth/Retained Root Removal
  • Head and neck cancer surgery
  • Facial skin cancer
  • Facial trauma
  • Head and neck lumps
  • Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Problems
  • Head and neck tumours
  • Facial Trauma
  • Salivary gland problems medical and surgical
  • Facial skin cancer surgery
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48/50 Gordon Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G1 3PU - 0.29 miles
Sk:n Clinics - Glasgow Gordon Street - 0.29 miles
48/50 Gordon Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G1 3PU
Expert in: Mole Removal, Botox Injections, Chemical Peel, Cosmetic Injectables + 6 more

Dr David McGill is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the internationally renowned Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit in Glasgow. He has over a decade of experience in plastic surgery and laser surgery and during this time was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine degree for research into laser treatments.

His expertise includes a wide range of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures. His clinical interests/specialities include facial rejuvenation, laser resurfacing, laser treatments for broken veins, skin pigmentation and birthmarks, mole removal, injectables, Botox, Juvederm and skin peels.


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Botulinum toxin injection
  • Laser skin rejuvenation
  • Laser treatments for broken veins, skin pigmentation and birthmarks
  • Mole removal
  • Chemical peel
  • Cosmetic injectables
  • Non-surgical anti-ageing treatments
  • Non-surgical facial cosmesis
  • Rhinoplasty (nose reshaping)
  • Cosmetic plastic surgery
  • Facial rejuvenation
  • Injectables including Botox, Juvederm and skin peels
  • Laser resurfacing
  • Laser treatments for broken veins, skin pigmentation and birthmarks
  • Mole removal
  • Non-surgical rhinoplasty (non-surgical nose job)
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25 Beaconsfield Road, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G12 0PJ - 2.52 miles
Nuffield Health Glasgow Hospital - 2.52 miles
25 Beaconsfield Road, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G12 0PJ
34 years of experience
Expert in: Mole Removal, Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck), Arm Lift (Brachiplasty), Basal Cell Carcinoma + 24 more

Mr Telfer is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon with over two decades of experience in corrective surgery. He sees private patients at the BMI Ross Hall Hospital.

Mr Telfer gained his primary medical qualification at the University of Edinburgh, which he followed with basic surgical training. He then gained Fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow in 1991, after which he was appointed Consultant 2001. Since his appointment, he was gained particular interest and experience in Gynaecological and Perineal Reconstruction, alongside local Gynaecological and Colorectal Surgeons. The excellent standard of his work has been acknowledge by various Plastic Surgery Boards nationwide, and he has been invited to lecture and host meetings.

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What is Mole Removal?

Moles (also known as melanocytic naevi) are brown or black growths on the skin made up of cells called melanocytes and can appear anywhere on the skin. Moles can raise or change colour as the years pass, and hairs may develop. Moles also respond to hormonal changes, for example, they can get slightly darker in pregnant women, increase in number in teenagers, or slowly disappear in the elderly. Common types of moles include junctional melanocytic naevi (brown, round and flat), dermal melanocytic naevi (raised, pale and hairy) and compound melanocytic naevi (raised above the skin, light brown and hairy). Uncommon types include halo naevi (surrounded by white ring) and blue naevi (dark blue moles). Most people want to remove the moles due to concerns about the possibility of skin cancer, or due to cosmetic reasons. It should be noted that most moles are completely harmless.

How is a Mole Removal performed?

Mole removal can be with or without stitches. Moles that are dark and flat may need to be removed with stitches. The surgeon first sterilizes and numbs that area, then cut the mole using a scalpel. Stitches will then be put inside the wound or on the skin surface, depending on the depth of the mole. For removal without stitches, the surgeon shaves the mole carefully so that it is either levelled or slightly below the skin. After that, an electrical tool is used to burn the area (cauterize) to stop any bleeding. The process is complete after covering of the wound with a sterile dressing.

How to prepare for a Mole Removal?

Scarring is a common issue after a mole removal so if you are thinking of removing a mole for cosmetic reasons, discuss with your surgeon to understand the location and size of the scar before making a decision.

What happens after a Mole Removal?

After the procedure, your doctor will prescribe you antibiotic ointment and give you a bandage on the wound. In fairly simple cases, follow-ups are not required. However, if you spot anything unusual, you should contact your doctor immediately and seek medical help.

For mole removal with stitches, follow-up depends on the type of future used. Sutures on the face are normally removed within four to seven days while stitches elsewhere may be removed after one to two weeks.

You should also be careful not to get the area dirty as it can promote infection. Mole removal can also be followed with slight discomfort which will be relieved by pain killers.