It is important to check the moles to catch any early signs of melanoma or skin cancer. At the same time, it is equally important to check the non-cancerous moles and get them removed to achieve an aesthetic skin appearance.
Mole removal in Melbourne
There are different types of mole removal in Melbourne.
The traditional method of mole removal is called mole excision. In this process, a scalpel is used to cut away the mole from its base just above the skin. Local anesthesia is used during this process, which significantly minimizes the pain for the patient. The excision procedure is used for moles that are cancerous or have a high probability of developing into cancerous moles. However, the process of excision is not used for cosmetic mole removal.
Radiofrequency and Laser
With the advancement in technology, many innovative and secure methods have been introduced for effective mole removal in Melbourne. Radiofrequency surgery and laser treatment are the two most commonly used treatments for cosmetic or non-cancerous mole removal in Melbourne,
The radiofrequency procedure is used to remove the raised moles. Whereas, laser treatment is used to remove the flat moles. Sometimes, both the treatment methods are used in combination to remove the raised moles and minimize the scarring. Both the treatment are TGA & FDA approved scientific procedures for mole removal in Melbourne.
Is it painful to remove moles?
The biggest benefit of mole removal in Melbourne at Nitai Medical and Cosmetic Centre is that the procedure is secure and pain-free.
Due to the swift and innovative use of radio wave technology and laser technology, the patient experiences almost no pain due to the procedure.
The use of local anesthesia further reduces the incidence of any pain during the procedure.
The wound heals swiftly and leaves very minimal or no scarring on the skin.
Radiofrequency or RF mole removal surgery
RF mole removal in Melbourne is a simple procedure that uses radio waves or radiofrequency to remove moles, skin tags, birthmarks, small skin growths among others. The RF mole removal is conducted under local anesthesia to ensure optimum comfort during the mole removal treatment.
Radiowave mole removal Melbourne uses high frequency and vaporization rather than the traditional methods of the scalpel cutting to remove the moles. Therefore, the patient experiences less or almost no pain during the procedure.
In this procedure, a device called a radiosurgery electrode is used to channel the high-frequency radio waves to gently shave the mole away from the top layer of the skin. After the procedure, the wound may appear pink. The lesions are then kept covered with a medical dressing for a minimum of 24 hours.
The resulting crust usually falls off after 2 or 3 weeks. Gradually, the skin archives its normal colour as the wound heals, leaving very minimal or no scaring at all.
Radio mole removal procedure does not require any downtime. It can be easily conducted even during your lunch break.
Nitai Medical and Cosmetic Centre offers the most advanced and secure radiofrequency mole removal surgery in Melbourne. If you want to know more about radio wave mole removal in Melbourne, consult our Expert Cosmetic Physician Dr Shobhna Singh Today.