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Top 10 Mole Removal venues

Here is our pick for the top venues offering Mole Removal from around Australia.

  1. Beauty and Laser ClinicBeauty and Laser Clinic

    Beauty and Laser Clinic

    Suite 11 / 74-78 The Corso, Manly 2095
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    Beauty and Laser Clinic offers a range of spa treatments, specialising in peroxide-free LED Teeth Whitening, Skin Rejuvenation, Cryolipolysis and Breast Lifts.
  2. dtox Medispa - Mirandadtox Medispa - Miranda

    dtox Medispa - Miranda

    Shop 3018, Level 3 (Opposite Myer), 600 Kingsway, Miranda, Westfield, NSW, Miranda 2228
    dtox Medispa are dedicated to providing excellent service. Offering manicure, skin needling, RF skin tightening, facials, massage, and laser hair removal.
  3. AB Australia Beauty & LasersAB Australia Beauty & Lasers

    AB Australia Beauty & Lasers

    Shop 3 Blk 12 Waverley Street , Bondi Junction 2022
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    AB Australia Beauty & Laser offer a range of services including eyelash extensions, waxing, blemish and removal, cosmetic tattooing, and skin treatments.
  4. Artiste Cosmetic & Laser ClinicArtiste Cosmetic & Laser Clinic

    Artiste Cosmetic & Laser Clinic

    9 Brookfield Road, Kenmore 4069
    Artiste Beauty is a salon in Kenmore Village offering advanced skin treatments, cosmetic, IPL, and beauty services to create a more confident and vibrant you.
  5. Sahara Beauty ClinicSahara Beauty Clinic

    Sahara Beauty Clinic

    Shop 22, Fairfield Shopping Centre, 8-36 Station Street, Fairfield 2165
    Sahara Beauty Clinic offers facials to rehydrate your skin or remove those bothersome blemishes. Try microdermabrasion, skin needling, or cosmetic tattooing.
  6. Le Healing ClinicLe Healing Clinic

    Le Healing Clinic

    Shop 4 / 269-271 Darling Street , Balmain 2041
    Le Healing Clinic is a forward-thinking Balmain beauty clinic that will rejuvenate and revitalise your skin through its range of advanced therapies and treatments.
  7. Skin Body Health Laser Clinic - MosmanSkin Body Health Laser Clinic - Mosman

    Skin Body Health Laser Clinic - Mosman

    643-645 Military Road, Mosman 2088
    Rejuvenate your skin at Skin Body Health Laser Clinic Mosman. Offering IPL, Photo Rejuvenation, Spider Vein Removal, Skin Needling, and Body Contouring.
  8. 89 Beauty Centre89 Beauty Centre

    89 Beauty Centre

    173A Rowe St, Eastwood 2122
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    89 Beauty Centre is dedicated to your comfort and satisfaction. Choose from IPL hair removal, a fabulous range of facials, massage, and cupping treatments.
  9. Skin Body Health Laser Clinic - WoollahraSkin Body Health Laser Clinic - Woollahra

    Skin Body Health Laser Clinic - Woollahra

    1 / 128 Queen Street, Woollahra 2025
    Skin Body Health Laser Clinic is passionate about skin health. Choose from photo rejuvenation, collagen induction therapy, or laser hair removal.
  10. Comfort Zone SpaComfort Zone Spa

    Comfort Zone Spa

    Shop 4, No.1, Downstairs Dixon Shopping Centre, 1 Dixon Street, Sydney CBD 2000
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    The Comfort Zone Spa is truly the perfect escape. Offering waxing, laser hair removal, facials, microdermabrasion, reflexology, and hot stone massages.

Book mole removal in your city

Practically everybody has moles or freckles or something similar. We never used to give them much thought but nowadays, with a strong focus on skin cancer, we do tend to be a bit more focused on checking them.

Moles are just a collection of pigment-producing cells. These are known as melanocytes and are always found near the top layers of skin. There's no fixed rule on what moles look like. They may be brown, black, flesh-coloured or even blue. Some are flat and some are raised.

Sun Exposure

Totally natural, the number and type of moles we get are influenced by factors such as sun exposure and genetics. Some moles are with us from the day we are born, whilst others develop during childhood and early adulthood.

This is where it gets tricky. A skin cancer doctor will tell you to get your moles checked if they change colour or shape. That's good advice but, before you panic, bear in mind that moles also change due to hormonal changes.

Let's say you've had your moles checked and they are non-cancerous. There is no need to remove them for medical purposes, but perhaps you are still considering removal for cosmetic purposes. That's definitely an option and treatment is readily available.

Mole Removal Methods

Your best way forward is to visit a skin clinic. It's important to ensure that the mole is not dangerous and that removal is safe. Your skin specialist will take several factors into account, such as the size and location of the mole. It may be that the mole is rubbing on your clothes and causing discomfort

These days, mole removal is fast and easy. There are a couple of different methods used, including Laser Mole Removal and Radio Frequency.

Laser Mole Removal

Laser Mole Removal is very popular, extremely safe and fast. Generally, a local anaesthetic is administered before treatment begins. After the mole has been lasered a scab will form. This will fall off in about a week, leaving minimal or no scarring.

Laser treatment is ideal for benign (non-cancerous) moles. It is not considered surgery and the procedure takes just a few minutes. There's no bleeding because the mole is not completely removed; rather it is flattened.

The treatment area looks a bit like a skin graze. The doctor will usually cover it with ointment and it will quickly go through the healing process.

Radio Frequency

Radio Frequency works in a similar way to 'shave off' or flatten the mole. With no cutting required the skin is sealed as the mole is removed. This minimises bleeding and leaves little to no scarring. As with laser mole removal, one treatment is usually all that's needed.

The main difference between these two methods of mole removal is that radio frequency uses radio waves rather than laser beams.

It's quite likely that you've heard of moles being 'frozen' off using liquid nitrogen. This method is suitable for skin surface moles. It is an outpatient procedure, generally leaving a small blister which will dry out and fall off.

Always Seek Specialist Help

For deeply-rooted moles or moles that may not be benign, your skin specialist will quite likely recommend excision. A local anaesthetic will be administered and the doctor will use a scalpel or surgical scissors to cut the mole out. It's likely some stitches will be needed.

If you've been considering mole removal you may well have noticed DIY kits in the pharmacy. Attempting to remove moles at home is not recommended. It's a specialist job for many reasons, including safety, effective removal and minimal scarring. If the mole turned out to be cancerous, home removal could very well speed up the mole's growth.

Use Bookwell to find skin specialists in your locality. Making an appointment is easy and you can be sure of getting the best possible advice and treatment.

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