What is moles?

Moles are growth on the skin formed by a cluster of cells known as melanocytes. Melanocytes are melanin-producing cell that contribute to our skin colour. Moles are mostly non-cancerous unless there is a noticeable change in colour, shape or size. Moles can be easily removed using ablative laser therapy. It has minimal downtime post procedure depending on the size of the mole.


Are moles cancerous?

No. It is mostly harmless but there is a slight possibility for it to become cancerous.

How many sessions require to remove moles?

1 session is mostly sufficient.

How long is the procedure?

It takes about 15-30 mins