There are many reasons why we would like to remove moles: aesthetically unattractive appearance, to reduce discomfort, when the mole is regularly injured (e.g. while shaving), or if disturbance is related to its localization, when it is rubbed or pressed by clothes. Moles should be removed surgically due to much more serious reasons, i.e. if the mole is atypical and there is a risk of melanoma.
A mole should be examined by a physician with dermoscope if it is:
Laser mole removal is a modern procedure, which will help you to remove unwanted benign skin formations quickly, safely and with no pain.
The primary benefit of laser mole removal is that it is noninvasive. Because there is no cutting or burning of the skin, the risk of infection is significantly reduced.
Lasers are also able to reach areas of the body such as the face or nose that may be difficult to treat using other methods. Lastly, multiple moles can be treated during one session.
Results are acceptable even for those who wish to remove moles on visible parts of the body such as on the face or in the neck area.
In most cases, local anesthesia is applied before removal of a mole.
A thorough physician-performed examination of the skin is necessary to determine whether mole can be removed with laser.
The decision on the most appropriate treatment method should be made by the oncodermatology physician on the basis of the results of a thorough examination of the mole.
In very rear cases mole can regrow. As other removal methods, the laser treatment, depending on the size of the skin derivative, can leave the smole scar.
In most cases, local anesthesia is applied before removal of a mole. The laser ray is directed to the cells that form the mole. Those cells absorb the ray, and thus the mole fumes away from the skin surface, while the adjacent skin remains intact. After the procedure is completed, the doctor will explain how the skin should be taken care of at home.
|Doctor consultation, dermatoscopy, local anesthesia||30|
|Wart (depends on size)||From 15|
|Papilloma (depends on size and number)||From 6|
|Molluscus (depends on size and number)||From 6|
|Hemangioma (depends on size and number)||From 20|
* PAPILLOMA AND MOLLUSCUS – 6 EUR (6 EUR for one skin derivative removal when ≥ 3 derivatives are removed. 30% discount for ≥ 10 derivatives removed during one procedure. If only one derivative is removed, the price is 15 EUR).
* WART – 15 EUR ( 15 EUR for the removal of the wart smaller than 5mm, 20 EUR for removal of larger than 5mm wart. 20% discount for ≥ 3 warts removed during one procedure ).
* HEMANGIOMA – 20 EUR (20 EUR for the removal of smaller than 3mm hemangioma, 30 EUR for larger than 3mm hemangioma. 20% discount for ≥ 3 hemangiomas removed during one procedure).