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Mole Removal Pricing
Exact cost of treatment will be confirmed during your assessment where we will answer questions and advise the best mole removal for your desired result. Assessment will cost £150 with a refundable deposit to secure your appointment.
|Treatment||Single Treatment From|
|Doctor Mole Assessment from||£150.00||
|Mole Removal Excision inc Histology||£595.00||
|Mole Removal Shave inc Histology||£445.00||
|Mole Removal (curettage) inc Histology||£320.00||
|Laser mole removal||£399.00||
You're Still in Safe Hands
We put your safety at the heart of everything we do, and as the leading medical group, we are continuing to ensure our clinics are the safest environment possible. With an industry-leading safety charter and strict measures in place, you can visit us with confidence. With over 25 years of experience and over 2 million customers treated, you have access to the best in dermatology and skincare treatments.
No one has more Doctors and Consultants in their clinics than sk:n, so if you want the best advice and best results, you’ve come to the right place.
Arrange your consultation
One of our friendly sk:n advisors will contact you to answer your questions, and get you started on your journey to better skin.
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Keep track of your moles with Mole Mapping
Facial moles can be monitored for changes and abnormalities through a process known as Mole Mapping. If you have several moles over your body and find it hard to keep track of their size and shape, this service is a useful way of ensuring you don’t miss any potentially harmful developments. It involves having several digital full body photographs taken, which can later be compared to spot any signs of malignant melanoma, a common form of skin cancer. For more information about Mole Mapping at sk:n, click here.
How to best look after your moles
Sun exposure is the main cause of skin cancers, so protecting your skin from the sun is crucial for skin health. Experts advise to avoid direct sun exposure between 11am and 3pm on sunny days, and to wear protective clothing in addition to using sunscreen regularly.
“Sunscreen should be applied 15 to 30 minutes before going outside and should be reapplied every two hours. Regular self-monitoring of your moles to look for any changes in colour, shape or size is also recommended. Warning signs for cancerous changes from existing or new moles/freckles can be easily remembered using the ABCDE rule outlined below:”
- Asymmetry – irregular asymmetrical shape
- Border – irregular or blurred edges
- Colour – colour changes: uneven colour with different shades of black, brown or pink
- Diameter – any rapid changes in size. Most melanomas are at least 6mm
- Evolving – when a mole changes in size, shape or colour, or begins to bleed or scab
If you notice any of these changes, you should seek advice from a doctor. At sk:n we have experienced doctors that can help check your moles and give you peace of mind.
Where on my body can I have a mole removed?
You can have a mole removed from anywhere on your body, including on your face. Our doctors have years of experience in removing moles from the face and sensitive and hard-to-reach places.
Does mole removal hurt?
Laser Removal is described as feeling like the flick of an elastic band. For Shave and Excision Removal, the area will be numbed with a local anaesthetic so you won’t feel anything.
Is mole removal safe?
At sk:n and The MOLE Clinic you are in the safest hands. Our leading consultant dermatologists, doctors, surgeons and nurses have extensive training, qualifications and experience. We are trusted by the NHS, and receive more NHS referrals for mole removal than any other dermatology provider. During your consultation and treatment, we will explain any possible side effects and how to avoid them.
I have a mole(s) that I don’t like, or I want to be removed for cosmetic reasons but I know it’s not suspicious. Can it be removed?
Yes of course, it is possible. Unlike the NHS, who will only remove moles if they are potentially dangerous, at sk:n and The MOLE Clinic, we are used to removing moles for cosmetic reasons, unless your consultant feels there is a medical reason not to.
You would need to see a consultant for a consultation and clinical review to discuss the removal. Sometimes a doctor may advise against procedures because the risk of scarring outweighs the cosmetic benefit.
Will the mole grow back?
There is a very small chance that your mole might recur after having it removed, as a few mole cells may remain in the skin. If this is the case, we will book you in for further treatment. Usually, however, you will find that one treatment session is enough.
Are sk:n and The MOLE Clinic recognised by my insurer?
We are on the approved list for most of the major insurers who will fund treatment provided the correct pre-authorisations are obtained.
What is Atypical mole syndrome?
The British Association of Dermatologists defines Atypical mole syndrome as “a disorder of the skin which is seen in approximately 2% of the population. It is defined when an individual has more than 50 moles composed of melanocytes (pigment producing skin cells) present on their skin, and three or more are atypical (unusual) in their appearance, e.g. size and shape.”