Performed by our General Practitioners and Nurses
This treatment uses a laser beam to precisely target and ablate benign moles and lesions without damaging surrounding tissue. The laser is extremely fast, treating lesions in seconds in most cases in only a few pulses. Laser treatment is superior to other forms of skin tag and mole removal with less risk of scarring. The laser cleverly seals the tissue to minimise bleeding and infection risk.
We try to only remove as much tissue as we feel necessary to allow for the best scar, but occasionally we see lesions return. This generally happens early and can be retreated at no further cost to you if booked within 6 months of the initial treatment.
This treatment is performed by our GP’s and Registered Nurse. No referral is required although if you have a referral from your GP please bring it to your appointment. We do not perform skin checks. If on examination the mole or skin tag warrants further investigation and is not suitable for laser removal, we will refer you back to your usual GP or skin cancer doctor.
Seborrheic keratoses, skin tags, naevi lentigines, solar keratoses, xanthelasma, sebaceous hyperplasia, milia.