Mole removal methods

Cryotherapy Mole Removal – An Enormous Boost to Your Self-Image at a Modest Cost

Mole removal by freezing

No one has to tolerate living with a mole these days, especially since safe, modern methods are now available for their effective elimination. By investing in the simple outpatient procedure known as cryotherapy mole removal, unsightly and prominent skin discolorations can be banished forever, in the safety and comfort of your physician’s office or patient room. This is a very safe procedure which can achieve very satisfactory results by removing a source of embarrassment, and providing a tremendous boost to a person’s self-image and self-confidence →

The Benefits Of Removing A Mole Through Radiowave Technology

Radio frequency mole removal

Everyone has moles. Big, small, round, or odd-shaped, these marks that dot the human body pop up in various places as people age. Most moles are harmless, while some can be a problem.

Fortunately, there are ways to safely remove them, whether for cosmetic reasons or for a suspicious mole. Common methods include Excision, Laser Surgery, Electrosurgery, Cryotherapy, and Radiowave Surgery. There are risks and benefits to each of these, as well as differing results. Radiowave mole removal has shown to be the method that leaves the least scar behind →

How and when should I get a mole removed?

Surgical mole removal

Almost everyone out there has them – Moles. They pop up on our body as we get older and don’t go away. No matter the number or size, many people will need to have a mole removed in their life.

There are various reasons why you may want to have mole removal surgery, including skin cancer, a suspicious looking mole, or just the plain old fact that the mole is big and ugly. Whatever the reason, the process of removal doesn’t have to be scary or painful →

Talk to Your Doctor About Using Cauterization to Remove Normal Moles

Cauterization of moles

Cauterization is the medical technique of using heat to burn off tissue or to stop a wound from bleeding. It’s been used, often in very primitive ways, since time immemorial to help wounds heal.

Until recently, cauterization was thought to reduce the possibility of infection. Doctors now believe that the chance of infection is sometimes higher because of the damaged tissue. That makes aftercare extremely important, even when the wound is small. Mole cauterization can be an effective way to remove normal moles →