Mole Removal Surgery London

Moles (beauty marks) are pigmented lesions that manifest on the skin from adolescence to when you reach adulthood in all shapes and sizes. Many people have plenty of beauty marks, though most moles are benign. You may choose to remove beauty marks from your body for cosmetic or medical reasons.

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Mole Removal

Mole Removal Via Excision
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£279 Total
£279 per session
Mole Removal Via Shave
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£219 Total
£219 per session
Mole Removal Via Curettage
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£179 Total
£179 per session
Mole Removal Via Laser
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£349 Total
£349 per session

Consultation with a Doctor Price

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£99 Total
£99 per session
Follow-up Consultation
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£49 Total
£49 per session

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What is a mole?

Moles are benign, non-cancerous skin growths (pigmented lesions) that often appear as small, dark brown spots caused by clusters of pigment-forming cells or melanocytes. Most people have ten to forty moles that develop during childhood and adolescence and may change their appearance or fade over time.

What are the four types of moles, what do they look like, and where can they manifest?

The four types of moles are Congenital nevi, dysplastic nevi (commonly called atypical moles), acquired nevi, and spitz nevi.

  • Congenital nevi are a pigmented birthmark that appears at birth or during the baby’s first twelve months.
  • Dysplastic nevi are abnormally shaped moles that have been judged as non-cancerous by a trained doctor.
  • Acquired nevi are clumps of melanocytes that originate in childhood but usually manifest at thirty to forty years of age.
  • Spitz nevus is a rare skin mole that typically develops in younger people and children. Spitz nevi are also non-cancerous moles despite their appearance.

A common mole generally appears as a small growth on the skin, usually pink, tan, or brown, and has a distinct edge.

Moles can appear all over your skin. You may develop multiple moles on your face or even places not generally exposed to sunlight.

How is a mole removed?

Mole surgery is incredibly straightforward and usually occurs while you are under a local anaesthetic.

Firstly, our expert surgeons carefully disinfect the operating area around the mole before using a surgical drape to maintain a sterile environment.

After which, the procedure involves an oval cut around the mole before being sent to a lab. Depending on the cut, the surgeon may choose to close the wound with stitching before wrapping it in a compression cloth to prevent any infection.

What is recovery like after mole removal?

The mole surgery is a minor cut and won’t require you to stay overnight at our clinic. Additionally, you will be able to return to work the day after your surgery.

However, you may experience soreness and pain after the procedure, in which you can opt to use painkiller medication like Paracetamol.

Generally, full recovery should not take longer than two to three weeks.

After a few days, your doctor will request follow-up assessments and assess the wound.

Still, it’s better to contact the surgeon immediately if you notice any uncommon or irregular symptoms like swelling, bleeding, or redness. The results from the lab exam will be sent out to you by the consultant or GP.

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Frequently Asked Questions Mole Removal (FAQs)

Are moles and beauty marks the same?

Yes, moles and beauty marks are the same.

Are moles and skin tags the same?

Moles and skin tags are similar but certainly not the same. Skin tags form on the skin's surface, whereas moles are rooted deep within the skin.

Why am I suddenly developing moles?

In most cases, your number of moles is due to genetics and sun damage. However, if you are worried about your rate of beauty mark development, you should contact your local doctor.

What do cancerous moles look like?

Cancerous moles, or melanomas, may exhibit the ABCDE signs:
Asymmetry: Uneven shape or halves.
Border Irregularity: Edges that are not well-defined.
Colour Variation: Changes in colour or multiple colours.
Diameter Increase: Growth beyond a quarter inch.
Evolution: Changes in size, shape, or elevation over time.
Keep a close eye on moles displaying these characteristics. If concerned, consult with Pulse Light Clinic for professional assessment and guidance on any skin changes.

Do moles get bigger as you age?

Moles often increase in size from your early age up to twenty years. However, beauty marks typically do not grow as people progress through adulthood.