cosmetic mole removal


Most people have a few moles on their body which are completely harmless. Some can even add to your appeal, such as the likes of Cindy Crawford’s famous lip mole. It’s very important to add that if you do notice a mole on your body which changes in colour, shape, or begins to bleed, then you should get it looked at by a doctor immediately. There are non-surgical options available for removing moles, although depending on the situation surgery will be the safest procedure.

Remove your moles

It’s very common to have some form of skin blemish on your body. If you are concerned about any moles on your body, or if you feel as though they may be becoming larger or more prominent, cosmetic mole removal surgery could be a great option for you. It’s also advisable to have your moles screened to ensure you have no medical concerns.

Who is it for?

If you are concerned about the changing shape of a mole.

All candidates will need to be above the age of 18 to be considered for mole removal surgery.

The Procedure

Before your mole removal surgery you will need to book in for a consultation with one of the surgeons so they can examine the mole and decide on the best removal method. If the mole is healthy you will receive the curettage and cautery method. This method of removal will leave a small wound which will fade within a few weeks of surgery. A local anaesthetic will be applied before the procedure so you won’t feel any discomfort during the process.

If the mole appears to be unhealthy it will have to be removed through surgical incision. There will be a minor scar leftover from the incision which will fade over time. Keep in mind surgeons always do their best to ensure scarring is kept to a minimum. Any unhealthy moles are sent off to the lab to be tested, which will be available after about a week. Your results will then be sent to your GP.

Before & After Gallery

Before and After Mole Removal*.

Note – A deposit will be required before commencement of this procedure. We will inform the patient the percentage of the deposit required at the clinic, when booking the procedure.

*This patient was treated at Dermcosmesis

1) Actual results may vary from person to person
2) If you have any medical conditions or are taking medications please consult your Medical Health Practitioner before commencing any aesthetic procedures.
3) Certain treatments are not suitable in pregnancy and breast feeding.
4) The aim of the Dermcosmesis website is to provide you with general information about Cosmetic medicine, Cosmetic Surgery, Skin treatments and Aesthetic products. Every effort has been made to ensure that the content are accurate at the time of writing.
5) The examples and the before and after pictures on this website are not intended to represent or guarantee that everyone will achieve the same results.