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Scar-free

Mole Removal and Lesion by Pelleve

Moles or nevi come in all shapes and sizes and can be brown, red, black, or skin color. Some people have a collection of moles on their faces and/or body, and a lot of them want them removed.

We recommend an annual full-body skin check. Patients with a personal or family history of skin cancer, or multiple, or abnormal, moles are particularly encouraged to have a skin cancer screening.” Most moles are benign ( i.e noncancerous) growths of the cells that give the skin color (melanocytes). Some moles can develop into a melanoma, which may occur near or inside an existing mole. If you have a mole that is changing, itching, or bleeding, see a dermatologist immediately.

Moles can be unsightly, especially those that appear on the face or neck, the good news is that there is a multitude of options available to safely remove moles today. Many doctors will do a simple excision, meaning that they will cut the mole out and stitch the skin closed and in most cases can leave a scar that is not attractive.

Scar-Free Mole Removal by Pelleve® procedure offers as close to scar-less mole removal via targeted radiofrequency so that it becomes level with the skin surface. This energy seals blood vessels, which eliminates bleeding risk. There is no cut and no sutures needed with this procedure and the surrounding tissue is not affected. “It causes less to no damage than standard electro-surgery or other cutting or freezing techniques.

Fast facts:

›  Minimum scaring
›  No stitches required
›  Great cosmetic outcome
›  Can be performed on the most benign lesion
›  Very affordable

*Results may vary from individual to individual.

*Disclaimer: All photographs represent one person’s experience, and results may vary for each patient. All photographs are of actual patients from Instant Laser Clinic. The visible change in these photographs has occurred as a result of the procedure/s undertaken. Some before and after photos shown are not exact, in that they vary in light, contrast, clothing, background, distance from camera, hairstyle and make-up.

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    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    How much does it cost?

    Cost per mole, starts from $200 and up, based on the number, size and location of the mole or skin lesions. In most cases a punch biopsy may be required to send to pathology lab for further investigation at $80-150 which partially can be covered by Medicare.

    cost

    Starts from $200 and up per mole

    Cost is based on the number, size, and location of the mole or skin lesions. In most cases, a punch biopsy may be required to send to pathology lab for further investigation at $80-150 which partially can be covered by Medicare.

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