Moles or nevi are common skin growths which can be flat or raised, brown or dark brown to black, which can be present from birth or can appear during your lifetime. Despite the fact that they can appear all over the body, most people who want their moles removed are doing it because they are in highly visible places such as face and neck and thus creating an unappealing appearance. Another reason for which a person wants to have their moles removed is the fact that due to their size and placement they can become very uncomfortable.

The most common treatment for mole removal is laser, but at Renew Skin and Health Clinic, apart from the laser mole removal treatment, one can benefit from other types of mole removal procedures which can be recommended after a specialized consultation with one of our GPs, who will also perform a medical history check in order to make sure you can undergo that certain type of mole removal treatment.

Laser mole removal has its advantages, as there is a large variety of lasers which have different wavelengths of light, each appropriate for certain skin lesions. This laser mole removal procedure is fast, painless and usually scarless, but there are cases in which after a laser mole removal procedure, there can be skin depigmentation, and if not performed correctly, even some skin burns to the adjacent tissue due the fact that the lasers heat up the areas to ensure moles removal.

At Renew Skin and Health Clinic, another recommended procedure for mole removal is Radiosurgery, which is also fast, painless and scarless, but unlike lasers, the radiosurgery mole removal procedure involves a high frequency current set at a low temperature, which instantly cauterizes and coagulates the tissue. The radiosurgery mole removal procedure reduces the risk of damaging and burning the adjacent tissue and there is no bleeding either during or after the mole removal procedure. If you are interested in radiosurgery for mole removal, you can check the Renew Skin & Health Clinic before-and-after gallery here.

Also, at our clinic, you can benefit from Cryotherapy which involves the application of liquid nitrogen that destroys the cellular tissue and thus the mole will peel and fall off; electro cauterization is another well-known mild destruction treatment. This technique uses electric heat in order to remove your moles and cauterize the wound.

If you want to have your moles removed, and you do not know which type of treatment best suits you, feel free to call our Renew Skin and Health Clinic Head Office on 01926 422 454, and benefit from a professional and specialized consultation with one of our private dermatologists and the most appropriate mole removal treatment for you.