If you have unsightly moles on your face or body, you may choose to have them removed for cosmetic reasons. Most face and body moles are harmless, but occasionally moles pose a health risk. When a mole changes in appearance it is advised that you have it evaluated by a physician.
Moles can be a physical distraction, marring your appearance. The most vital issue in mole removal is you do not want to be left with a visible scar. At Lasky Aesthetics & Laser Center, we perform professional mole removal with a highly-effective system.
There are several current methods employed to remove moles. At Lasky Aesthetics & Laser Center we use an advanced system for mole removal, called a Hyfrecator. A mole appearing on the face must be removed carefully and correctly. Our mole removal system is an electrosurgical generator that removes moles safely. As moles are often more than “skin deep,” with part of the structure existing in the lower levels of the skin structure, removal requires precision treatment.
Our system works to destroy the mole, with the added benefit of limiting any potential bleeding. The system emits electrical pulses directly into the mole structure. This device does not cut tissue and uses only a very low-power current delivered through a probe. The treatment is easy to tolerate and requires no anesthetic, but a topical numbing cream is applied for your comfort. Our focus on safe and effective treatments is important – you can trust that we use FDA-approved, safe devices for all our aesthetic treatments, including mole removal.
The Hyfrecator has two different modes, called desiccation (when the electrical energy is applied, killing the targeted skin cells) and fulguration (when a spark is generated by the probe with a higher temperature, carbonizing the tissue at the contact point and just below the surface). The targeted electrical energy destroys the structure of the mole.
Flat dark moles can be quickly and easily removed with this device. Our patients tell us the procedure was far faster and easier than expected. For some larger moles, it may be necessary to have a second treatment, but typically just one treatment is needed.
Moles, medically-termed “nevi,” are a natural skin anomaly. They appear when skin cells have grown in a clustered formation and have various colors, ranging from pale pink to a bluish color, to black. The various types of moles include:
Moles often develop and then darken when the skin is exposed to the sun. You should protect your skin with sunblock to help ward off the development or darkening of moles. Some people are genetically programmed to develop more moles, with new ones appearing over time. As they appear, you can have them removed safely with our advanced mole removal system.
We offer a wide range of treatments to our patients, including mole removal. If you are living with face or body moles, skin tags, visible veins, or other flaw, we can help you achieve smooth, unblemished skin. The first step is a consultation, so we can evaluate your skin and the number of moles you want removed, as well as other cosmetic problems that are affecting your self-confidence in your appearance. You can trust our clinic to perform mole removal with professionalism and care, and to focus on removing the mole completely with a reduced risk of creating a visible scar.
The Lasky Aesthetics & Laser Center in Beverly Hills is a full service cosmetic facility specializing in non-surgical treatment. For patients looking to touch up their appearance or improve a condition such as varicose or spider veins, we offer comprehensive analysis followed by state of the art, noninvasive treatment. Find out why our patients have called our services the best sclerotherapy Los Angeles & Beverly Hills have to offer. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you.
May 12th, 2020
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic we have instituted many changes to your normal office visit. These changes have been introduced to protect everyone’s health and safety during your visit. All of our staff have been tested for COVID-19 and are negative. They are being monitored daily as well and will be practicing safety guidelines.