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Cosmetic Mole Removal

(Minimal scar using High-Frequency Radio Waves)

Remove your moles cosmetically, without excision and suturing. In contrast to surgical excision, only the mole tissue above skin level is removed. The fine electrodes used in radiowave surgery remove fine slivers of mole tissue, shaving it down to skin level leaving a smooth surface which forms a superficial scab.

Provided this is left to heal naturally (7 to 10 days) there is rarely any scarring at the treatment site.

There may be slight colour difference in the treated skin (compared with the surrounding skin) but this will tend to fade and blend in over time.

The process is painless, as the mole is injected with a local anaesthetic prior to removal.

Before consideration of mole removal, it is important to have the mole assessed by an experienced clinician to ensure that it does not require surgical excision or biopsy to rule out skin cancer. The Doctors at our clinic has experience in the area of skin cancer assessments and treatments and use the latest radio wave technology, in the form of the SurgitronRadiolase II, made by Ellman, world leaders in radio wave surgical treatments.

Lesions ideal for removal with surgitron
  • Seborrheic keratoses
  • Hemangioma
  • Skin tags
  • Moles – benign

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