Mole Removal at MediZen

Moles come in all different shapes and sizes and are generally harmless, however, they are aesthetically unpleasing. Clients most often come to me when they have moles on their face that they feel self-conscious about, or in areas where they catch them on clothing or jewellery. I have had hundreds of clients of all ages and genders come to MediZen for a simple treatment called ACP.
Here is a background of the treatment options and information on mole removal.

What is a mole and why do they occur?

Moles occur when cells in the skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. These cells are called melanocytes, and they make the pigment that gives skin its natural colour. Moles may darken after exposure to the sun, during the teen years, and during pregnancy.

Is it safe to remove moles?

I would not remove any mole without consent from your GP that it is non-cancerous. All this involves is you taking a quick trip to your GP and getting a letter confirming that the lesion is benign.
Most moles are harmless and are perfectly safe to remove, however, I cannot remove any mole that is flat to the skin as this could cause scarring.

How can moles be removed?

ACP – This is the method that I use. It’s an advanced form of Electrolysis and essentially uses heat to cauterise the mole. It can take a few goes to remove it depending on the size, on average its 1-2 treatments but can take up to 4 to reach the end result. The end result with ACP is to flatten it down to skin level.
Surgery – This option involves surgically cutting out the mole with a scalpel and must be performed by a surgeon.
Laser removal – Laser removal works to cauterise the mole. This is a precise technique that cuts the mole away from the skin leaving almost no bleeding as it cauterises the wound with a special magic wand like device, quite similar to ACP.
ACP Mole Removal MediZen Birmingham clinic

Before ACP Mole Removal

Mole Removal at MediZen Birmingham clinic

After ACP Mole Removal

Will my mole return?

This is a possibility unless you go down the surgical route. Some moles do have roots underneath the skin of remaining cells which could continue to grow but this would take a long time. Top up treatments of ACP or laser treatments can be redone if necessary. This is less likely to happen with surgery, however you will be left with a scar.

What is the average cost?

With ACP, and the number of sessions required, the cost will be between £50-£200 to flatten the mole completely. Surgery and laser treatment would be significantly more. For an exact price, you would need to come into the clinic for a free consultation.

If you’d like any further information please call our reception team on 0121 308 4373.

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MediZen are one of the "first of its kind" Doctor led, and so-called "medical aesthetic" clinics opened in Birmingham. Over the years we've helped literally thousands of our clients to feel more confident. We're NOT a Beauty Salon and we're NOT a Cosmetic Surgery Clinic. MediZen are one of the few clinics in Birmingham and the UK who specialise in offering carefully researched non-surgical aesthetic treatments backed by medical evidence

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