Have Your Moles Removed From Just £299 – SAME DAY Treatments Available
The average person has 10 to 40 moles by the time they reach adulthood. For many people, moles are never a reason for concern, but quite a few individuals decide to visit a mole removal clinic for a professional diagnosis to rule out anything sinister.Our expert surgeons and dermatologists have performed thousands of mole removals and they have decades of experiences of various skin surgeries making them an experienced choice for patients looking for mole removal in London.
Radio Surgery, Laser or Surgical Excision?
We are often asked to comment on the best methods and the so-called scar-less techniques that are on offer by some clinics including beauty salons. As medical practitioners we believe amongst the safest approaches to mole removal is surgical excisions. As for laser treatments, we do not advise this for moles as the burnt moles are not in good shape for a proper laboratory analysis. Without a laboratory analysis (histology) there is no guarantee whether the mole was cancerous or not, thereby increasing anxiety despite having it removed. In addition, there are countless cases, including many posts on on-line forums which you can read detailing poor experiences with the laser and radio procedures only for the moles to recur after a few months! Pay once or pay twice.
Delighted with results, none of my friends could even tell I had a surgical procedure, thanks!.L.F London
Why choose Us?
Unlike other clinics which are GP led, London Dermatology Clinic has a Plastic Surgeon or a Dermatologist carrying out all our procedures. Our Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists have operated all over the body to deliver a cosmetically appealing finish. We are conscious of how important the cosmetic result means to patients.
What Is a Skin Mole?
Several different types of skin irregularities are referred to as moles. The growths occur when cells develop in a cluster, rather than spreading evenly across the skin. The mole may be raised or flat, ranging in color from pinkish to dark brown or black. Moles may form at birth, but many people aren’t affected until later in life. Sun exposure and genetics can both play a role in their formation.
When to See a Doctor
Most moles are benign and pose no health risks, but some growths may be a sign of cancer. If you’re over the age of 30 and notice a new mole, or if an existing mole changes shape, size, or color, it’s a good idea to have it checked by a doctor. Spots that are painful, itchy, or prone to bleeding are a reason for concern as well. A mole removal clinic can evaluate and remove cancerous growths, while also treating individuals who want moles removed for cosmetic reasons. We are a busy London mole removal clinic which sees patients routinely looking for mole analysis and mole removal.
Mole Removal Techniques – SAME DAY Removal Available
There are a variety of mole removal creams available without a prescription. In many cases, these creams do more damage than good. The safest and most effective options are surgical procedures performed by a mole removal clinic. Basic excision is the most common method of mole removal in London. Skin level excisions typically involve cauterization, where heat is used to control the bleeding, while deeper cuts usually require stitches. Laser excision is offered by some mole removal clinics, we do not recommend this, but at best it is used for small growths that show no signs of cancer.
Whether you’re concerned about a new skin growth or ready to get rid of an unsightly blemish, our mole removal clinic can offer you expert advice and treatment. Call today to book your mole removal in London. Call us on 0207 112 4924, our lines are open from 9am to 9pm Monday to Saturday. Alternatively, email us on email@example.com.
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“Excellent treatment by the team, I can now move on with my life without the worry of having a cancerous mole on my neck – Thank you LDC.” R.R. Finchley. Read More
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