Mole Growing Back After Excision

Mole Growing Back After Excision. Injections can be repeated every four to six weeks and are stopped once regrowth is achieved.a small dimple may develop at the injection sites, but this usually recovers after a few months. Special care is taken around the eyes, when injecting the brows, as injecting too much may cause glaucoma (raised pressure inside the eyeball).

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A newly appeared mole or an existing mole that starts growing or changing colour should be checked. Special care is taken around the eyes, when injecting the brows, as injecting too much may cause glaucoma (raised pressure inside the eyeball). Injections can be repeated every four to six weeks and are stopped once regrowth is achieved.a small dimple may develop at the injection sites, but this usually recovers after a few months.

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Special care is taken around the eyes, when injecting the brows, as injecting too much may cause glaucoma (raised pressure inside the eyeball). Special care is taken around the eyes, when injecting the brows, as injecting too much may cause glaucoma (raised pressure inside the eyeball). A newly appeared mole or an existing mole that starts growing or changing colour should be checked. Injections can be repeated every four to six weeks and are stopped once regrowth is achieved.a small dimple may develop at the injection sites, but this usually recovers after a few months.