Our pain-free laser procedure is extremely popular at SriPerumbudur TIKSHA Clinic in removing Mole and warts. Lasers are used to burn moles off the skin’s surface by emitting a low-intensity laser beam. Following treatment, reddish or light brown patches are left on the skin, which will eventually scab over. Within four to seven days, the scab should fall off. Generally, laser can’t be used on large or dark moles.

The laser does not penetrate deep into deep dark moles. However, moles that have been on your body since birth or that were developed very early can usually be treated with laser mole removal.

Following a diagnosis, your doctor will explain the benefits and risks associated with various treatment options. The method of treatment depends on the severity of the mole or wart in question.

A mole or wart can be treated with:

  • Surgical removal of the lesion
  • Freezing the skin growth
  • Surgery

How Warts & Moles Are Treated

Dermatologists may perform surgeries during a consultation in order to remove a mole. You don’t have to worry about complex procedures or high prices. After removing the skin mole, a dermatologist will send it to the histopathology lab for examination if cancer is suspected. When dermatologists remove moles, they often use surgical blades. Warts may be removed through a number of different treatments and procedures. Salicylic acid is commonly prescribed by a dermatologist for treating warts. Recently, a freezing method has gained popularity as an alternative to salicylic acid.

Warts & Moles: Benefits of Treatment

It will take a few days for the mole site to heal after it has been removed. A dermatologist will decide what procedure to use to remove skin moles, such as radiofrequency ablation or carbon dioxide laser vaporization. It’s common for dermatologists to perform cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen in order to remove warts, and the wart with its surrounding dead cells fall off after an average of three to four treatments. However, Carbon dioxide laser ablation is considered to be the preferred treatment.