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Mole Removal

Mole removal is a common cosmetic procedure used to remove unwanted moles or moles that are causing discomfort or concern for skin cancer. There are several methods for removing moles, including:

  1. Surgical excision: This involves cutting out the mole and stitching the skin back together.

  2. Shave excision: In this method, the doctor uses a scalpel to shave the mole off, leaving the skin relatively flat.

  3. Laser removal: This involves using a laser to destroy the mole and cause it to fade over time.

  4. Cryotherapy: Cryotherapy involves freezing the mole with liquid nitrogen, causing it to fall off.

The method chosen for mole removal depends on the size, location, and type of the mole. Before undergoing any mole removal procedure, it's important to have the mole examined by a doctor to rule out skin cancer. The recovery period after mole removal can vary, but most people are able to return to normal activities within a few days.


Before thinking of having mole removed, consider consultation first with a medical professional or dermatologist.




Moles are common skin growths. You probably have more than one on your face and body. There are a lot of mole removal treatments available however, you will first need to get your mole evaluated by a dermatologist to properly check. Mole removal can be done using different methods. It depends in the size and type of mole. The patient's mole will be assessed before it is done. It can be done using surgical excision, laser cautery or surgical shaving. It will also depend in the doctor’s technique and skill on how to make a clean excision of the mole. Your doctor will numb the mole area and use a scalpel and or laser to cut out the mole. The skin usually will scar but eventually scar usually fades off in time. Some moles are deeply rooted that it sometimes reappear. With this situation, we suggest to undergo another surgical removal.

Will it leave a scar? All wounds to your skin can leave a scar. A scar is your body’s natural way of closing the skin and healing.

Will scar fade? The skin definitely scar but scars eventually fades off in time with proper care. Initial care for the wound is essential to prevent infection.

Please schedule a consultation to determine what treatment will be most effective for you.

- Procedure time : 10-15 minutes - Hospital stay : Not required - Stitch removal : Usually Not required - Healing : 1-2 weeks You can visit us or book online via our website www.medicoglobal.net Medico Global Clinic Medical, Skin Care and Plastic Surgery Clinic TAGUIG Branch 56 Bayani Road, Western Bicutan, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines Smart +63 928 893 7264 Globe +63 905 464 7389 Email: admin@medicoglobal.net QUEZON CITY Branch 2nd Floor, New Grange Condotel, 32 Timog Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines​ Landline +632 8 376 5285 Globe +63 905 464 7410 Smart +63 918 924 1900 Email: admin@medicoglobal.net

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