Mole/Skin Tags Removal

Say farewell to dark circles, eye bags and hollowness under the eyes.

Mole/Skin Tags Removal

A mole is a cluster of skin cells which is usually brown or black and that can appear anywhere on your body. They usually show up before age 20. You can have a mole removed if you don’t like the way it looks or feels. Skin tag is a small flap of flesh-colored tissue that hangs off your skin by a thin stalk. You’re most likely to find one in an area where your skin rubs together, or in folds, like your armpits, neck, eyelids, under your breasts, or in your groin.

Treatment Options

Ablative laser

The laser machine that we used in the clinic is Fractional C02 laser machine. It is so precise that it removes only the skin growth while preserving the surrounding tissue. Hence, minimising recovery time. Although skin lesions can be removed by other methods such as strong chemical peel, cauterisation, cryosurgery and manual excision, they are usually difficult to control and leaves scar.
The doctor will direct the LASER beam to the skin growth and removing the lesion layer by layer. Sometimes, if the skin growth is stalked, the doctor will direct the laser beam at the stalk instead to reduce bleeding. Immediate removal is expected. Sometimes, a big lesion may need a touch-up session to completely remove it.
Local and topical anesthesia will be given. After that, no pain will be felt.