Moles are usually growths on the skin that appear alone or in groups and present a darker color, forming due to the melanocytes which sometimes grow into a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. Irregular moles or dysplastic nevi are generally asymmetrical, presenting irregular borders, multiple colors, especially darker ones and exceed the size of a pencil rubber. You should take into consideration that having more than 20-25 dysplastic moles on the body can increase the risk of developing melanoma or skin cancer. The same risk appears when a gigantic congenital mole exceeds 20 cm in size. Atypical moles contain abnormal cells presenting an alteration potential, possibly developing melanoma in time. But not always do atypical moles or dysplastic nevi become cancerous formations.

You will need to book and appointment with a private dermatologist at Renew Skin & Health Clinic for a consultation to determine your skin condition and if the mole is suspicious, most specialists will recommend a biopsy or microscopic testing to ensure that the cells are not cancerous. Not only do larger moles represent an aesthetic inconvenience, but some of them, as previously mentioned can turn out to be cancerous, thus representing a major health risk. It is highly recommended that no matter how small your moles are, you should have them checked with a GP or specialist to find out whether they can turn into melanomas or not. At Renew Skin and Health Clinic, we provide you with only the best treatment solutions, ensuring that the moles will not reappear and will no longer represent a potentially harmful issue.

Due to the advances the medical technology has seen, the proposed mole removal treatment includes laser therapy, cryotherapy, radiosurgery and electrocautery. Laser therapy for mole removal is mostly recommended for smaller, dark moles as the light’s wavelength specifically interacts with the darker pigments within the moles, causing them to disintegrate from within. The laser mole removal treatment ensures good cosmetic results with minimal scarring and reduced side-effects. Nevertheless, all the possible complications of laser mole removal risks are minimized or completely avoided due to our Renew Skin & Health Clinic fully qualified surgeons and practitioners who closely supervise such mole removal treatments. The laser mole removal procedure is non-surgical and minimally invasive and requires no downtime so you can leave the clinic immediately after the procedure.

Radiosurgery is another excellent mole removal treatment, and like the laser mole removal procedure is non-surgical and minimally invasive. The adjacent tissues are not damaged at all due to the use of low temperatures. Radiosurgery is also a painless and quick procedure that instantly cauterizes the tissue meaning that the bleeding will be minimal or inexistent; it prevents future infections and enhances the healing process. Mole removal with radiosurgery does not require any downtime or hospitalization and so you can resume to your daily activities immediately after the procedure is performed. You can see the excellent cosmetic results in our gallery, here.

If you want to book a specialized consultation for mole removal, feel free to contact our Renew Skin and Health Clinic Head Office on 01926 422 454 and let us help you rid yourself of the undesired and unaesthetic irregular moles that are not only a cosmetic issue but can also pose a risk to your health.

Before After Results for ND:Yag Laser Treatments