Moles removal beaconsfield

Moles – Beaconsfield

At Skin Revision, we can remove moles and would consider three non-surgical options. Depending on the size and age of the mole, we will use either Plasma heat cauterisation, VeinAway or medical-grade CryoPen cryotherapy.

Following your enquiry and telephone conversation, we may ask you forward us a photo of the moles you would like assessed.

After this, you will be offered a MOLE DERMASCOPIC assessment within the clinic. The images scanned and captured would then be sent off for a report to our dermatologist. (a report received within 48 hours). Alternatively, you can make an appointment to see your GP for a doctor’s note, showing your moles are benign and ok to proceed with removal by us.

The mole removal treatment has minimal discomfort. The time taken to treat the moles will depend on the size and number of moles, but should be no longer than 20 minutes.

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How long before the Mole is gone ? 

The time taken for the mole and the blemish left on the skin will depend on a number of factors. This may include the age of the mole, the age of the patient, the size of the mole and the patient’s body’s ability to break down the mole following treatment.

Does the Mole treatment hurt?

With any of the three possible procedures that Jacqui would carry out at the clinic, there is just minimal discomfort over a very short period of time. A numbing cream maybe applied especially on more sensitive areas such as the scalp or around the eyes. You will be able to leave the skin clinic immediately but must adhere to the strict homecare advice given, in order to protect your skin treatment area.

Moles removal before and after beaconsfield
Moles removal before and after beaconsfield

Following your Mole treatment, you may experience.

  • A slight reddening and / or swelling on the skin in the treated area
  • You may find the treated area warm.
  • It is common for the moles to drop off on their own accord over a period of weeks. 
  • Any visible reddish mark left will disappear to become your own skin colour.
  • Itchiness may occur in the area treated for a few days.
  • Do not touch the treated area until completely healed.
  • Keep the area dry and avoid steam rooms, saunas, swimming, exfoliation or scrubs.
  • Avoid sun exposure on the treated area. Use minimum SPF30 all year round on the treated area until healed.
  • Do not use scented perfumes, scented soap or scented deodorants on / around the treated area until healed.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Can children have treatment to remove Moles?

How old do you have to be to have a mole removed? – It is possible to treat minors (those who are over 10 years of age), to have their moles removed. Those who are 10 – 18 years of age will need to be with their parent or guardian. The parent or guardian will need to be present and sign the necessary consent form.

How many treatments will be needed to remove Moles?

Depending on the amount of moles or the size of the moles, it should take between 1 to 3 treatments for the total removal of any mole. Generally speaking, one small mole or a number of small moles should only take one treatment. Your initial mole assessment will give you realistic expectations of the time frame expected for the total removal of the moles.

Do Moles get bigger and change colour as I get older?

The number of moles on your body and face can increase over time. It is also possible that moles can increase in size over many years. They may begin to grow little strands of hair and it is not uncommon for moles to change shape, become more raised, or be darker / lighter in colour. It is very important for you or someone you know well to check for new moles and see any changes in the appearance of existing moles. If you are at all unsure or have any questions, you must speak to your GP or dermatologist as soon as possible.

Is Mole removal painful?

There is minimal discomfort when treating moles on the face, scalp or body. We would however offer a local anaesthetic cream to numb any mole to be treated on sensitive areas such as the scalp or around the eyes. Depending on the area being treated, will depend on the amount of discomfort.

Can I wash my face after having a Mole removed?

After 24 hours, you can wash your face or body normally with a mild unperfumed face wash. However, we would advise to avoid the treated area and to make sure it is kept dry for a number of days. Excessive cardio should be avoided for the first 24 hours. It is extremely important to follow the homecare advice given after your mole removal treatment.

Can my doctor or GP remove my mole at their practice or surgery in Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross and Buckinghamshire?

It is no longer possible for GPs to remove moles within their practice. We can treat all moles providing they have been cleared to treat by our dermatologists. Results tend to take 24 – 48 hours, following examination from ourselves.

Does Mole removal require stiches?

No. This is a non-surgical procedure that is safe and quick. There are no incisions made and no stitches are required. Providing that you have followed the advice given, you will be left blemish-free.

Who requires Mole removal treatment?

Mole removal is requested by both minors, teenagers, men and women who are concerned about one or more moles on their body or face. Moles for example can become irritated if constantly rubbed by clothes or caught when shaving. It is a cosmetic procedure now in the UK and many people look to have moles removed as they find them unsightly or lower their self-esteem.

How much does it cost for Mole removal?

The price for mole removal starts from around £150. However, a full understanding of the costs will be given during your mole assessment and before any commitment by you to go ahead with treatment.

Will the Moles grow back some time in the future?

It is highly unlikely that the moles will grow back in the same place after treatment. The treated area will become clear and free of any marks if the advice given for homecare is adhered to. However, new moles can develop at any stage and on any area of the face or body, particularly as you age.