Mole Removal

mole removalMoles are growths on the skin that can appear brown or black anywhere on face and body. Moles can appear flat or raised on the body. Usually moles are benign but they can be cancerous. Most people will decide to have a mole removal for one of two reasons; aesthetic or precautionary. A mole in the wrong place can make a person feel uncomfortable or displeased with the way they look. Others may want to remove suspicious moles as a precautionary treatment for skin cancer.


  • Can reduce the risk of skin cancer by removing pre cancerous or suspicious moles
  • Can enhance the appearance by removing unsightly moles

What to Expect 

How Long the Procedure Takes

The procedure lasts no longer than an hour.


A mole is usually removed by excision, or cutting off. The procedure is performed using a topical anesthetic to numb the skin after which the surgeon  will cut the mole out of the skin.


There is minimal downtime after a mole removal.  Patients can return to their regular activities within a week. There may be a very small scar that remains after the surgery.

Browse our Before & After pictures below:

Cosmetic Surgery Disclaimer

BEFORE & AFTER photos are NOT guarantees that your results will be the same or even similar: your results will likely vary significantly — because you are a unique person. Our Plastic Surgeons take great pride in their patient care ethics, precise surgical measurements, custom planning & their advanced surgical techniques.

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