Laser Mole Removal

Remove benign and unsightly moles from the face and body. 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.

Quick and easy

Safe procedure

Minimal discomfort

Minimal to no scar

Watch how a Laser Mole Removal is performed

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THE TREATMENT

Using Erbium lasers that guarantees minimal to no scarring

Cosmetic Mole Removal is a quick and easy process that simply removes benign, unsightly moles. The procedure utilises a specialised Laser that guarantees minimal to no scarring. 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.

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

FROM

$250.

Locations available

Sydney

Adelaide

Canberra

Gold Coast

Are there any risks of complications?

For more information on the Erbium Laser and Laser technology, please see Understanding Lasers

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.