Yes, it can be removed. There are many options for removing the hairs, including clipping or shaving, tweezing or waxing, electrolysis, and laser hair removal.
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Mole & Wart Removal
Moles are not a cause for concern unless they develop certain signs like: Itching / Increase in size / Change of color.
Large moles which need sutures after excision may leave a linear scar which can be treated with fractional laser. It is good to see a Dermatologist if the mole appears in odd shape and size with sharp edges and different colors. To book appointment click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Most moles are acquired in childhood and adolescence, but it is normal to develop new moles throughout one’s life.
Moles can be surgically excised (cut out). When this is done, the entire area around the mole is removed and stitches are placed to close the wound. There is little or no chance of recurrence and the resulting scar is usually a fine white line.
There is no Side effects in Mole Removal except for a tiny scar or depression.
Yes. Our Dermatologist will prescribe a disinfectant cream and a scar reduction cream to be applied on the treated area.