What Is The Laser Mole
Laser Mole Removal Treatments are absolutely safe and has nothing to be scared about as these treatments works excellently for eradicating moles by exploding light radiation into the mole and breaking down the skin cells that make up the mole. Laser Mole removal treatment are so precise, only the mole is eliminated, leaving the surrounding tissue intact and healthy. Laser therapy is safe for all skin types, colours and sizes of moles, producing long-lasting results.
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Metamorphosis offers a cutting-edge laser mole removal treatment that is minimally invasive, has little downtime, and provides long-lasting results. For every laser mole removal treatment, we only use FDA-approved laser beams and this procedure is carried out by trained and certified laser professionals, experienced dermatologists which reduces the risk of side effects and complications, thus giving you a mole free skin.
The Laser Mole Removal Treatment is appropriate for both women and men who want to get rid of undesirable or irritating moles in a pain-free manner. Excision, Co2 Laser, and Radiofrequency are the three ways we utilise at Metamorphosis Clinic to remove moles, depending on the size and place of your body where the mole is.
The most common treatment for mole removal at our clinic is the CO2 laser. This method of removing skin tags/DPNs/Moles is thriving and virtually painless, and there is no recovery time or downtime required following the procedure. This laser mole removal technique leaves little or no scars, regardless of where the mole is on your body or face.
Benefits: There are so many endless benefits
of Acne, Pores, & Scar:
|Noninvasive||No bleeding caused|
|No downtime, incisions or surgery.||No burning of surrounding skin|
|Targets moles/tags with ease and precision.||Safe and effective treatment|
|Painfree procedure.||Minimal Scarring|
7. Multiple moles/tags can be treated in single procedure but for more giant moles may require 2 to 3 sessions.
No downtime, incisions, or surgery.
Targets moles/tags with ease and precision.
No burning of surrounding skin
No bleeding caused
Multiple moles/tags can be treated in single procedure but for more giant moles may require 2 to 3 sessions.
Safe and effective treatment
Results: Varies significantly from person to person. A 6-8 treatments course and our tailor-made home care can improve you more than 75% as we usually combine 2-3 different treatments in one session.
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How Does The Laser Remove The Mole ?
The laser beam bursts down the cells in the mole/tag and it fumes and crumbles down.
Does The Treatment Hurt ?
In most cases,topical anaesthesia is applied before removal of the mole/skin tag/DPN which makes the pain factor minimal.
Why DO People Opt For This Laser Mole Removal ?
Apart from moles/skin tags/DPN’s being aesthetically unpleasant,many people opt for this procedure as it reduces the discomfort,for example a mole/tag can be injured during shaving,or if it is present on an area where its being pressured by clothes or accessories.
How Long Does The Procedure Take ?
From start to finish it takes approximately 45 minutes.
How Long Does It Take To Heal After Laser Mole Removal Treatment ?
It takes about 3 to 4 weeks to achieve a smooth pink mark,the mark fades within more few weeks when larger lesions are treated. Smaller lesions involve lesser time to reach a pink mark, about 5 to 7 days.
What Will It Look Immediately After ?
The mole/tag will be gone and a reddish mark will be there on the area treated.The reddish mark forms a scab and falls off over the next 1 to 2 days. Once the scab falls, there is smooth pink skin.
When Can I Start Wearing Make-Up Again ?
You should only wear makeup once the scab has fallen off the treated area.
Is Laser Mole Removal Is Better Than Surgery ?
Yes, as an incision isn’t required which reduces the risk of scarring and infection.
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