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mole & skin tag removal

for

clearer complexion

Mole & Skin Tag Removal is a specialised treatment for eliminating unwanted skin lesions, including moles, skin tags, cysts, and seborrheic keratosis. We offer a range of surgical, scarless, and laser treatment options tailored to each individual's needs.

With treatment times as short as 5 minutes and minimal discomfort, this procedure offers an efficient solution for various skin concerns, helping you achieve smoother, clearer skin and boosting your confidence.

Treatment Time

60 Minutes

Downtime

Concern

7-14 Days

Ageing

Pregnancy Safe

Cost

from $500

mole & skin tag removal


who is mole & skin tag removal for? 
  • Individuals with bothersome or unsightly moles 

  • Those with skin tags, particularly in skin folds or creases 

  • People with cysts or seborrheic keratosis 

  • Clients concerned about the appearance of skin lesions 

  • Those experiencing discomfort from skin growths 



how does mole & skin tag removal work? 

After a thorough examination of the lesion, our specialists will discuss the most appropriate removal method. This may include excision and suture repair, shaving or scraping the lesion from the skin's surface, or laser treatment. 


The choice of method depends on the type, size, and location of the lesion, as well as individual patient factors. 



expected outcomes of mole & skin tag removal
  • Removal of unwanted skin lesions Improved skin appearance 

  • Potential reduction in discomfort caused by lesions 

  • Possible early detection and prevention of skin cancer (for certain moles) 

  • Boost in self-confidence 



post-care treatment
  • Keep the treated area clean and dry 

  • Avoid strenuous activities for a period as advised 

  • Protect the area from sun exposure 

  • Attend follow-up appointments as scheduled 



follow-up instructions 

Your dermal clinican will provide detailed aftercare instructions and may schedule follow-up visits to monitor healing and results. 


In some cases, further treatments may be necessary for optimal outcomes. 



who is not suitable? 
  • Individuals with bleeding disorders or on certain blood-thinning medications 

  • Those with active skin infections in the treatment area 

  • People with a history of keloid scarring Individuals with certain skin conditions that may complicate healing 

  • Pregnant women (for certain types of removal procedures)

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