LASER MOLE REMOVAL
What is Moles
Moles (nevi) are a nevucellular skin ocurrence located in the skin's various layers. Everybody has moles. Perceived by most people as a dark brown spot, actually moles have a wide range of appearance.
Sometimes regarded to be fashionable and even called "beauty marks" as when found in women's cheeks, however, not all moles are beautiful. They can be very unsightly as when they protrude from the skin. They may contain dark hair and they may be dangerous.
Moles can appear anywhere on the skin. They are usually brown in color and can be of various sizes and shapes.
Most moles come out during the first 20 years of a person's life, although some may not appear until later in life. Sun exposure may darken existing moles and increase their number.
Types of Moles
About 1-3% of all babies have one or more moles at birth. These are called congenital nevi .Other types of moles include:
Junctional moles, which are usually brown and may be flat or slightly raised.
Compound moles, which are slightly raised, range in color from tan to dark brown, and involve pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in both the upper and lower layers of the skin (epidermis and dermis).
Dermal moles, which range from flesh-color to brown, are elevated, most common on the upper body, and may contain hairs.
Sebaceous moles, which are produced by over-active oil glands and are yellow and rough-textured.
Blue moles, which are slightly raised, colored by pigment deep within the skin, and most common on the head, neck, and arms of women.
Moles and skintags are easily removed with the erbiumyag laser. Quick laser procedure to effectively remove raised or flat moles for a clear skin complexion. We use a combination of high and low intensity lasers to break up the pigment and erase imperfections allowing you to feel confident about your skin. Hundreds of very satisfied customers.
Results vary from patient to patient and may not be immediate. Results from laser mole treatment are generally progressive and may require multiple treatments. If you respond to the first treatment, your second treatment will usually be as good as the first, and the third treatment will be almost as good. About 70% of patients receiving laser treatments for their moles notice a marked improvement. Newer and shallower moles respond better than older and deeper moles.
The patients that respond the best to laser treatment for moles are those with:
• Fair complexion and light pigmentation
• Shallow scars or moles.
Note: Patients with a history of Vitilago, pigmentation disorders, dark tans or dark pigmentation may require an initial skin test for evaluation prior to treatment.
The laser for mole removal pulses hundreds of times per second. This pulsing action prevents heat damage to the skin and minimizes the risk of scarring. Laser treatment for mole removal usually gives great cosmetic results.
So if you are looking to get a Laser Mole Removal Treatment then you can send an enquiry. You may fill Enquiry Form for a consultation on procedures for Mole Removal by our skin specialist.