Elimination of Moles
Although moles can appear in other areas, the neck, breasts and decollage are often considered the most common place for treatment of elimination.
Moles are considered a cutaneous discoloration of the skin. These appear to due a higher concentration of melanin that we have in our skin. Melanin is the subtance which determines the colour of each individuals skin.
Although a majority of moles are benign, it is always advisable to have them checked regularly as they can become malignant giving way to a particularly agressive form of skin cancer.
It is possible to remove most moles and warts in one session although healing may take around 15 days. No dressings are necessary after treatment.