Mole Removal

Mole Removal Quick facts

Mole removal is a quick, easy and safe procedure that uses laser technology to remove benign moles.

  • We use the Erbium laser to remove moles

  • Local anaesthetic is applied for minimal discomfort

  • A scab forms post procedure and falls off within 1 week

  • The face heals with no scar. Removal on the body may result in the treated area being slightly whiter than the surrounding skin

  • A specialist review is required prior if the mole has recently changed shape or colour

  • Cost is between $250 – $400

  • *Disclaimer – results may vary from patient to patient

Up to 30 minutes

Costs between $250 - $400

Results seen after 1 week

Mole Removal Costs

Mole Removal treatment prices vary depending on your overall situation and expectations.

As a guide:

  • Mole removal prices range from $250 - $400
  • Initial consultation is between $120 - $150, redeemable upon treatment

FAQS

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  • The Procedure. What does it involve?
    • Cosmetic Mole Removal is a quick and easy process that simply removes benign, unsightly moles. The procedure utilises a specialised Laser that leaves no scar. This laser is known as an “Erbium”.

      Our clinicians will inspect your mole to see if you are a suitable candidate.

      Local anaesthetic is injected and the mole is treated with the Erbium Laser until it becomes flat. When the treatment is finished, the mole will have pinpoint bleeding which is stopped with adrenalin.

      Unlike home remedies that suggest the use of tea tree oil, castor oil, apple cider vinegar, baking soda, nail polish, liquid nitrogen, duct tape or even dental floss to remove moles, this Erbium Laser is significantly safer to use and significantly more effective.

  • Do I need to get the mole checked by a specialist prior to removing?
    • We do recommend your mole is checked prior by a specialist if there has been recent changes in the size or colour of the mole to ensure that it isn’t dangerous, or a potential skin cancer.

  • Will I experience any pain?
    • Local anaesthetic is injected prior to treatment to minimise discomfort.

  • What can I expect after the procedure?
    • In most cases, a scab will form and then fall off after 1 week.

  • Results. What and when can I expect them?
    • After the scab falls off, if the removed mole was on the face, there will be no evidence of treatment. If the mole is on the body, you will be left with a flat area that is whiter than the rest of your skin.

      It is rare that a second treatment will be required, although this can vary from patient to patient.

  • Are there any risks of complications?
  • Which clinics can I undertake Mole Removal?
    • Your initial Laser Mole Removal consultation and subsequent procedure can be undertaken at one of our cosmetic clinics in Australia – be it Sydney, Adelaide or the Gold Coast.

      Our Canberra clinic offers surgical excisions only.

  • The Procedure. What does it involve?
    • Cosmetic Mole Removal is a quick and easy process that simply removes benign, unsightly moles. The procedure utilises a specialised Laser that leaves no scar. This laser is known as an “Erbium”.

      Our clinicians will inspect your mole to see if you are a suitable candidate.

      Local anaesthetic is injected and the mole is treated with the Erbium Laser until it becomes flat. When the treatment is finished, the mole will have pinpoint bleeding which is stopped with adrenalin.

      Unlike home remedies that suggest the use of tea tree oil, castor oil, apple cider vinegar, baking soda, nail polish, liquid nitrogen, duct tape or even dental floss to remove moles, this Erbium Laser is significantly safer to use and significantly more effective.

  • Do I need to get the mole checked by a specialist prior to removing?
    • We do recommend your mole is checked prior by a specialist if there has been recent changes in the size or colour of the mole to ensure that it isn’t dangerous, or a potential skin cancer.

  • Will I experience any pain?
    • Local anaesthetic is injected prior to treatment to minimise discomfort.

  • What can I expect after the procedure?
    • In most cases, a scab will form and then fall off after 1 week.

  • Results. What and when can I expect them?
    • After the scab falls off, if the removed mole was on the face, there will be no evidence of treatment. If the mole is on the body, you will be left with a flat area that is whiter than the rest of your skin.

      It is rare that a second treatment will be required, although this can vary from patient to patient.

  • Are there any risks of complications?
  • Which clinics can I undertake Mole Removal?
    • Your initial Laser Mole Removal consultation and subsequent procedure can be undertaken at one of our cosmetic clinics in Australia – be it Sydney, Adelaide or the Gold Coast.

      Our Canberra clinic offers surgical excisions only.

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Sydney . is your closest Cosmos Clinic, based on your IP.

Opening hours:

Monday - Saturday: 8:30am-5:30pm

Visiting

10 Henrietta Street, Double Bay NSW 2028

Contact

info@cosmosclinic.com.au

1300 138 797

 

Parking
Cosmopolitan Centre: 22 Knox Street, Double Bay

1-13 Cross Street, Double Bay

2P parking available in surrounding area

Adelaide . is your closest Cosmos Clinic, based on your IP.

Opening hours:

Mon: 9am-5pm. Tue: 10am-6pm. Wed-Fri: 9am-5pm

Visiting

163 Archer St, North Adelaide, SA, 5006

Canberra . is your closest Cosmos Clinic, based on your IP.

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 9am-5:30pm, Saturday: By Appointment

Visiting

Suite 1, Ground Floor, Equinox 2, 70 Kent St, Deakin ACT 2600

Gold Coast . is your closest Cosmos Clinic, based on your IP.

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 9am-5pm

Visiting

220 Ashmore Road, Benowa QLD 4217