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Laser Mole Removal

The Skinspire Laser & Skin Clinic’s laser mole removal treatment helps effectively remove moles from the skin surface. The high-energy laser beam emitted from the laser gun is absorbed by the water molecules in the skin. The resulting high energy removes the outer layer of skin and encourages new skin and collagen to grow.

Smooth Skin

Tightens contours and smooths skin

No Downtime

Shortly after treatment, you can return to your normal daily routine

Non Invasive

Safer and less painful than surgical cosmetic treatments

Natural Result

Enhance your appearance while maintaining a natural look

Results that Matter

Moles are very common and usually harmless. Moles growing at certain areas on the face are considered attractive, however, others may impose an unpleasant impact on the appearance. Laser is currently the least invasive treatment that can effectively remove a mole.


What Is Laser Mole Removal?

A client may wish to have a mole removed because of cosmetic reasons or because it’s located in a spot where it’s in the way. If mole removal is in your future, there are several ways in which it may be taken off. Laser removal, which is offered by Skinspire Laser&Skin Clinic, is a great option for clients seeking a less invasive treatment. Laser removal also minimizes the chance of infection and speeds healing.


How it works?

During laser moles removal, bursts of light radiation will be directed toward the mole, breaking down the skin cells it is comprised of. The precision of a laser treatment means that only the mole is removed, and surrounding tissue is left intact and healthy. Mole removal laser treatment time is minimal, with the removal of each mole taking only a few minutes.

Benefits of Laser Mole Removal

Laser Mole Removal is suitable for:

Moles, milia, acne

Syringoma, sebaceous hyperplasia, neoplasia, skin tag

Age spots (seborrheic keratosis), hyperkeratosis

Acne scars, traumatic scars, chickenpox scars


Small moles that are non-cancerous are ideal candidates for mole removal with laser treatments. Lasers treatment should only be used on moles for which no biopsy is needed because laser removal doesn’t produce a sample that can be sent away to a lab for testing. Laser removal is a good option for moles that are located in hard-to-reach areas, such as the ears or face. It can also be an effective way of removing multiple moles in one treatment session.

The medical-grade lasers used in this treatment are small, powerful, and completely safe. Patients undergoing this treatment are provided with goggles to protect their eyes while the laser is in use.

The advantage of laser removal is that it is a noninvasive option. Because this removal method does not involve burning or cutting the skin, infection is less of a risk and the rate at which the client heals is faster.

Protecting yourself when you’re in the sun by wearing long-sleeved clothing, hats, and sunscreen can help prevent removed moles from returning and new ones from forming. However, there is still a small chance that a mole that’s been removed will reform. Having regular screenings with your physician is the best way of keeping tabs on your skin health and quickly addressing any returning moles.

The core elements of a good skincare routine–cleansing, moisturizing, and wearing sunscreen–remain the same after you’ve had a mole removed, but you may want to give the site where the mole was a little extra care. Wash the site a little more carefully and resist the temptation to pick at the area. Be sure to use sunscreen on the site.