Removal of Warts, Moles, Skin Tags, DPN Etc

Moles, warts, skin tags, are not dangerous or fatal, but they are embarrassing at least and cause low self-esteem which generate feelings of undesirability. Warts are small, harmless tumors most commonly caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).

Many people refer to a mole as any dark spot or irregularity in the skin. Some people are born with moles. Heredity is also plays a major role in moles. They are usually brown in color and are of various sizes and shapes.

We use Electro Cautery, RF Removal, Laser Therapy; Cryosurgery depending on the condition and the site of the lesion.

The different procedures to remove warts and moles are in our clinic are as follows:

  • Laser Therapy: This can be used on either warts or moles but, as the light cannot travel deep into the skin, can only be used on surface growths. This therapy is low on the pain scale but can be high on the cost scale depending on how many treatments it takes. Low risk of scarring is its biggest advantage. For the removal of moles we use an advanced laser mole removal method in which we use a combination of high and low intensity lasers to break up the pigment and erase imperfections allowing you to get an unblemished skin.
  • Cryosurgery: This is a wart removal method in which we use liquid nitrogen to “freeze” off the wart. This is often not as expensive as the other medical options and the risks, while present are very low.
  • Electro Cautery
  • Radio Surgical Wart, Moles, and other skin lesions Removal: Radio surgery is our ideal way of mole removal. The mole removal machine sends out ultra-high frequency radio waves into the skin that stimulate the water inside the cells of the mole. The cells vaporize parting patients with no mole!! The mole can simply be sent away to be checked for any detrimental cells or cancer of any type. Most mole removal measures only need one visit and on average take just 15-20 minutes. Scarring is almost absent, the mole heals over in a few days leaving little trace that the lesion was ever there.