Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
The average price for mole removal in the GTA is around $255; we offer services starting at $200.
No, you should never remove moles by yourself. It may cause more damage and irritation to your skin, and you may make it worse if you do it yourself. Expert medical staff will conduct this procedure and should not be attempted at home or by yourself.
Moles definitely can be skin cancer and need to be assessed - we offer this service with our Full Body Skin Exams.
Depending on the location and size, we use surgical techniques (scissors, scalpel) as well as electrocautery to quickly stop bleeding and improve the cosmetic results as well.
Moles can become cancerous; therefore, it is essential to monitor your moles for changes and visit a doctor regularly.
Do you suffer from unsightly moles? We can help in East Gwillimbury!
Moles are a common type of skin growth that affects 1 in 100 people worldwide. They are formed when melanocytes (pigment-forming cells) cluster together to form a mole.
A typical mole is often small, less than 6 millimeters in diameter( the size of a pencil eraser) and is round or oval, ranging in color from pink to black.
No matter what your mole looks like, we at Near Me clinic in East Gwillimbury can help you remove them safely.
Moles can appear anywhere on the body, even in hard-to-see places such as your scalp, under the arms and between fingers and toes. Mole has a life span of about 50 years, after which they may start to fade away or change in appearance. Hormonal changes during puberty and pregnancy may change the appearance of your moles, making them deeper in colour or larger.
Most moles are harmless; nonetheless, many may become cancerous. Dermatologists and doctors worldwide and in East Gwillimbury Ontario, Canada, recommend examining your moles every month and monitoring any changes in their appearance.
Visiting our clinic in East Gwillimbury regularly will ensure healthy, beautiful skin and reduce the chances of getting cancer.
There are several different types of moles to look out for:
Common mole - This is the most common mole to develop; it is normal, small (less than 6 millimeters) and has a distinct edge to it.
Congenital mole - This type of mole is present at birth and can range from small to large to cover a significant portion of the face, torso, or limb. These types of moles are at higher risk of becoming cancerous.
Dysplastic mole - This type of mole is larger than 6 millimeters in diameter, has an irregular shape, uneven color with a dark brown center and jagged edges. They tend to be hereditary and are also at a greater risk of becoming cancerous.
It is rather vital to get to know your moles and have them regularly examined; this will help monitor any unusual changes in appearance and help detect melanoma (skin cancer).
If your mole becomes itchy, painful or starts to bleed, you should have them examined by a doctor as soon as possible as those are not typical to moles and maybe a sign of another skin condition.
Our experienced and highly professional doctors will provide you with outstanding service using the latest technologies in mole removal. Our top-rated clinic in East Gwillimbury includes top-of-the-line cosmetic dermatology services starting at as little as $200. Book your free consultation today!
Mole removal methods available to you in East Gwillimbury
Over-the-counter kits - There are many at-home mole removal kits on the market and may include oils, creams or freezing kits; nevertheless, you should NEVER try and remove moles on your own. Not only can you get a severe infection, but you can also, without knowing to be, eliminate melanoma; without early detection, melanoma can spread to other organs in the body.
Surgical Excision - This is a typical method to remove moles; the doctor will use surgical scissors to cut out the mole. Sometimes moles go deep underneath the skin, requiring a deeper excision. As a result, the skin will need to be stitched up afterwards.
Freezing - This method can be used if your mole hasn't gone deep into the skin and is not cancerous; this is a quick and painless procedure done using liquid nitrogen.
Laser removal - The latest mole removal method uses a laser to destroy the skin cells that make up the mole; this treatment is best for none cancerous moles, mainly is a good option for moles in sensitive areas such as on the ears or face.
Having moles in visible areas such as on your face, neck, ears, arms, and legs may have you feeling unattractive and self-conscious. Our caring and understanding doctors in East Gwillimbury number one clinic will help you get that healthy-looking, glowing skin you deserve.
So what are you waiting for? Book your free consultation today!
Our clinic offers top-of-the-line treatment options starting at as little as $200 dollars.
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