Mole Removal


Mole removal is a medical procedure aimed at removing unwanted moles from the skin. Moles, also known as nevi, are clusters of pigmented cells that can appear anywhere on the body.   

Mole removal procedures can vary depending on the size, type, and location of the

The choice of method depends on factors such as the mole’s characteristics, its location on the body, and the patient’s preferences.  

Our expert dermatologists can guide you through the mole removal procedure with confidence, ensuring the best possible outcome for your skin health and appearance. 

We’re happy to offer mole removal services, ensuring our customers’ satisfaction.

Concerns Treated By Mole Removal Treatment:

  1. Common for cosmetic reasons or if moles are in prominent areas.
  2. If causes irritation or for cosmetic reason.
  3. For moles causing discomfort or aesthetic concerns.
  4. Including upper and lower back regions.
  5. From hands and feet to upper arms and thighs.
  6. Any other body area with unwanted moles or lesions.

What To Expect From Mole Removal Treatment:

1. Improved Appearance: Removing unsightly moles can enhance skin aesthetics and boost self-confidence.

2. Early Detection of Skin Cancer: Removal allows for examination of moles, aiding in the detection of potential skin cancer.

3. Preventing Irritation: Moles in areas prone to friction or irritation can be removed to prevent discomfort.


4. Minimized Risk of Trauma: Raised moles are more susceptible to injury and bleeding, which can be reduced through removal.

5. Preventing Changes: Moles that change in size, shape, or color may indicate health concerns, and removing them helps monitor skin health.

6. Enhanced Skincare: Clearing moles allows for improved application of skincare products and treatments.

How Mole Removal Treatment Works:

1.⁠⁠Preparation: The treatment area is cleansed.

2.⁠⁠Advanced technology: The specialized device, emitting high-frequency electrical currents, is carefully applied.

3.⁠⁠Targeting the Mole: The device is precisely aimed at the mole, delivering controlled energy to remove it.

4.⁠⁠Tissue Removal: The electrical currents effectively cut through the mole tissue while cauterizing blood vessels to minimize bleeding.

5.⁠⁠Post-Care: Following removal, the area may form a scab, eventually shedding to reveal new skin. Adhering to post-procedure care instructions, like keeping the area clean and shielded from sun exposure, is crucial for optimal healing and minimal scarring.

This method is chosen for its precision, reduced bleeding, and quicker recovery compared to conventional surgical methods. Consulting with a dermatologist or specialist ensures suitability based on your mole’s characteristics and skin condition.

Frequently Asked Questions


  • What is mole removal?

     It's a procedure to eliminate unwanted moles from the skin.  

  • Why do people get moles removed?

    Typically for cosmetic reasons or if the mole poses health concerns. 

  • How is it done?

    Through methods like surgical excision, shave excision, laser removal, or plasma pen. 

  • Is it painful?

    Discomfort is minimal

  • Are there risks?

    Risks include infection, scarring, or mole regrowth. 

  • How long to recover?

    Recovery varies but is generally a few hours to days. 

  • Can all moles be removed?

    Not all moles need removal; a dermatologist can determine suitability.