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Moles and other skin lesions can be problematic for all sorts of reasons. The vast majority are benign (non-cancerous), but they may catch on to clothes or jewellery, or you may simply feel that they are unsightly.
Because moles are often located in exposed parts of the body, it is important to get them removed professionally in order to ensure the best possible aesthetic outcome.
Growths treated include:
We can remove moles from the face, armpits, breasts and neck. The technique we use is particularly useful for facial growths and fleshy growths called skin tags.
Please note that you MUST bring a medical certificate from your GP or dermatologist confirming the moles or tags are safe for removal.
Learn more by reading the FAQ section below.
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This is a simple and quick procedure, using cauterisation, to remove unwanted, benign and unsightly skin moles, tags and warts without the need for surgery.
This treatment uses cauterisation process. Cauterisation is a simple process during which moles or skin tags to be treated are burnt off using an electrical hand-held device. The heat will seal the area, preventing an open wound and providing less chance of any infection.
During your appointment, our expert clinicians will go over your goals and expectations and propose a treatment plan to achieve your desired effect.
Your clinician will examine the medical certificate from your GP or dermatologist confirming the moles or tags can be safely removed. Your clinician will also examine your moles and skin tag to ensure that they are not different or more serious.
An injection will be administered to the skin around the area to be treated to numbed the area prior to treatment to prevent any discomfort. Once you are happy and the local anaesthetic has taken effect the skin tag will be burnt off using an electrical hand-held probe. The heat will seal the area, preventing an open wound and providing less chance of any infection.
You will notice the moles or tags removal immediately. Aftercare is very important. In general, you must keep the area clean. Once your scab has formed, it’s usually safe to moisturize the area.
Your clinician will guide you through all the aftercare procedures and what you should do.
The results will vary by person and will depend on many factors such as the severity of the conditions, general health and lifestyles of the individual client.
Generally yes, provided you bring a medical certificate from your GP or dermatologist confirming it is safe to remove your moles or tags. This treatment is not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
There may be a small amount of scar tissue following this procedure due to the nature of the method, however, your clinician will discuss this with you during the consultation period and inform you of how to keep this to a minimum.