What is a Mole

What is a Mole?

A mole is a cluster of cells that produce pigmentation of skin. Because they are so tightly packed together in a cluster the mole will usually appear much darker than the skin itself.

It’s difficult to generalise about moles because they have so many different causes: they can be genetic, develop through sun damage or be an indication or at an early stage of the skin cancer. Because of this, you should always consult a GP or a qualified skin expert if you have any concerns about a mole, particularly one that has changed shape or size. Even where a mole isn’t harmful, you may want to remove it for cosmetic reasons. It could also be worth considering removal if you find the mole is catching on clothing and irritating the skin.

Treatments for mole removal

Mole removal from £150 each

We offer several treatments for Mole removal. For moles that protrude from the surface, they can simply be removed using radio frequency. This is a painless procedure administered using local anaesthetic. Other moles cannot be removed using with radio frequency can be cut and stitched. With all mole removal treatment, the skin left behind may be tender for a few days and will need to be protected until it has fully healed. We strongly advise clients undergoing mole removal to use sunscreen on the exposed area for a minimum of six months as it will be more sensitive to sunlight. We also offer a service for the removal of skin tags, warts, verrucas, solar keratosis, fibromas and milea.  Prices start from £35.00 per lesion.
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