A new video from Cosmedics Skin Clinics founder Dr Ross Perry shows just how straightforward mole removal is, even on large, raised and hairy facial moles.

The short video shows removal of a very prominent mole from the upper lip. Firstly, local anaesthetic was administered to make the procedure completely pain-free.

Then Dr Perry used ‘shave excision’ surgery to remove the mole. This is a quick method which is designed for minimal scarring results, something that is particularly important for facial procedures. The area was then cauterised to stop the bleeding.

The patient was soon able to view the results in a mirror. Her reaction speaks for itself:

“So so happy that I got this done, I literally got this done just now. I did not feel a thing, literally nothing. I was shaking beforehand.

“It was done within minutes.

“I’m so glad I’ve got it done, I should have got it done so long much earlier. You will not regret it.”

 

Private Mole Checks & Removal

The London Mole Removal Centre is a private company, offering private mole checks and mole removal treatment for unwanted moles. The experienced doctors and surgeons also offer removal treatment for a range of other skin lesions (e.g. cysts, skin tags, warts, verruca, lipoma, xanthelasma).

All consultations and treatments are carried out in person by doctors who are specially trained in the latest laser and skin surgery techniques and are highly experienced in the field.

Further advantages of private treatment at the London Mole Removal Centre include:

  • No waiting lists
  • Fully trained doctors, registered with GMC
  • Moles can often be removed in the same appointment as the consultation, saving the need for a repeat visit and allowing patients to get their skin lesions removed very quickly
  • Choice of 4 clinics in London and also Bristol
  • Removed moles tested with report provided

For more information or to book a consultation, please complete the form on this web page or call 020 7731 3791.

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