Moles, Skin Tags, Cholesterol Spots and Warts

Moles

Moles – are growths on the skin. Moles are made up of a clustering of melanin in the skin – stemming from melanocytes – which can be found commonly on the skin. Moles are usually pink, tan or brown. They can be flat or raised and are usually round or oval and no larger than a pencil eraser.

Treatment:

Ultra Pulse CO2 laser is the ideal modern treatment for mole removal – A quick, effective and relatively painless treatment( Anaesthetic is available)  leaves minimal to no scarring ,no stitches are required therefore there’s a quick recovery time. The entire head and root of the growth is removed therefore the mole cannot regrow again.

A light scab is left after the treatment which flakes off over the next 3- 6 days( depending on size of mole). A sunblock with a high SPF should be applied to the area everyday thereafter until natural skin colour develops.

 

Ultra Pulse CO2 Large Mole removal 

Mole  - Before Co 2  Laser

Mole – Before Co 2 Laser

Mole  -  After Laser Treatment

Mole – After Laser Treatment

Mole Inside the Eye

Mole Inside the Eye

Mole Inside the Eye - 6 Months Later

6 Months Later

       

 

 

 

Full Body Pigmentation Mole Removal

Full Body Pigm. Moles

 

After Laser  Treatment

After Laser Treatment

 
            
BEFORE                AFTER 

 

Skin Tags

Skin Tags – are fairly small flaps of skin that protrude from the surrounding skin on the body. Skin tags vary widely in their colour and shape. Some are smooth, while others are irregular and bumpy. It can either be fleshed coloured or contain darker pigments.

Treatment:

Ultra Pulse CO2 laser can quickly and effectively remove all skin tags with minimal to no scarring on any part of the body – A far better alternative to kryotherapy or cutting.

 

Ultra Pulse CO2 Skin tag Removal

 

 Pigm . Skin Tags -   Before

Pigm . Skin Tags – Before

Pigm. Skin Tags  -After Co2 Laser

Pigm. Skin Tags -After Co2 Laser

Skin Tags -  Before Co2 LASER

Skin Tags – Before Co2 LASER

Skin Tags - After  Co 2 Laser

Skin Tags – After Co 2 Laser

Plantar Warts

Plantar Warts – Plantar warts are benign (noncancerous) growths that occur on the sole (plantar surface), heel, or ball of the foot – the wart is made up of a thick fibrous tissue forming a dense mass under the particular area of the foot. Pressure from standing and walking often causes them to grow into deep layers of the skin which pushes on the soft surrounding tissues of the foot causing considerable pain and discomfort. All common warts – removed in the same manner as plantar warts.

Treatment:

Popular treatments like shaving / or cutting out the plantar warts or applying products to soften the wart only treats the symptoms but does not completely remove the wart – in most instances the root of the wart stays in tact and grows again. Ultra Pulse CO2 laser is the most effective treatment as it removes both the head and the root of the plantar wart completely – never to grow again.

Due to the sensitive nature of the area anaesthetic is injected into the area which completely numbs the area so a quick and proper removal of the wart is accomplished.

Plantar Wart  - Before   Co2 Laser

Plantar Wart – Before Co2 Laser

Just after  Ultra Pulse Co2 Laser

Just after Ultra Pulse Co2 Laser

Callous  Before  Laser

Callous Before Laser

Callous - 10 min After Co2 Laser

Callous – 10 min After Co2 Laser

              
   
 

Facial Wart CO2 Laser Removal procedure

 

 

Cholesterol Spots ( Xanthelasma)

This condition is caused by a collection of yellowish cholesterol deposits underneath the skin around the eyes. Although they are not harmful, their appearance can be upsetting.Sufferers should ensure that they are tested for high cholesterol levels, though they can occur without this and often occur in familes. The Ultra Pulse CO2 laser can effortlessly remove these deposits in one simple session( 15 min+/-). Quick and painless, no stitches required.