Mole Removal

Mole Removal

What is a mole?

Moles are overgrowths of our skin’s pigment cells (melanocytes).

What causes moles?

The number of moles a person has is determined by genetic factors and amount of sun exposure.

What is the significance of having a large number of moles?

An individual with a large number of moles (i.e. more than 100) is at an increased risk of developing Melanoma (skin cancer).

How do I tell a mole from a melanoma?

Melanomas distinguish themselves from moles by changing. The changes happen over months as opposed to over days.
The ABCDE rule can help you remember what to look for when you’re checking any moles on your skin:
A for asymmetry: A mole that, when divided in half, doesn’t look the same on both sides
B for border: A mole with edges that are blurry or jagged

C for colour: A mole that changes colour rapidly, or has various shades of coulour

D for diameter: A mole larger than 1/4 inch in diameter (about the size of a pencil eraser)
E for elevation: A mole that is raised above the skin and has a rough surface

How can I prevent myself from getting melanomas?

Sun protection is key to protecting yourself against melanomas.

  1. Avoid going out into the sun between 10am and 4pm
  2. Put on Sunscreen.
  3. Wear a wide brim hat, sunglasses and protective clothing.
  4. Do not go to tanning studios.
Moles can appear anywhere!

Moles can appear anywhere!

Can moles be removed?

Yes. Moles can be removed either by Radiofrequency Ablation or Surgical Excision.

Are there any special preparations necessary before a mole removal?

No. Mole removals take only 10 minutes and can be down at the same office visit.

What can I expect after the procedure?

A scab will form over the area from which the mole was removed. The scab will fall off after about 2 weeks. Meanwhile, you are advised to stay out of the sun. You should also was the wound gently daily with water and apply an antiseptic cream that we will provide.

If you needed stitches, you will be required to return to the clinic in about 2 weeks to remove the stitches.

Will there be a scar?

Depending on the procedure performed and the depth of the mole, there may be a faint scar. If the mole has very deep roots, we can minimize the scarring by removing the mole over 2 sessions about 6 weeks apart.

* Standard charges will apply for treatment of recurrent moles

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  1. xinyi


    Will the doctor help to access the mole and send for examination after removed it?
    May I know how much is the cost for removing 1 mole and all the incurred fees?

    • Dr Elaine Loh

      Our doctor will need to assess your mole to advise you further. For pricing, please contact our aesthetic branch at 62350338 or contact us here : CLICK HERE

  2. Hi! i wish to remove 3 mole on my face and there’s a really small recurring mole, May i know how much it cost approximately? is it cheaper if remove more?

  3. Hi I have two protruding moles one about 3mm and 5mm. Is this considered huge? I understand that removal via laser is the method with least scarring. Can laser removal be done with my mole size?

    • Hi Val. Yes, they are quite big. Laser may not be the best option. It would best to come in to let us assess your mole to advise you further.
      I believe we have already arranged an appointment for you.
      See you!

  4. Hi, just wondering if there are different prices for different sized moles? Do you guys also remove callous?

    • It would be best to come in to let us assess your mole to advise you better. Yes, price is different for different method of removal (for different sizes).
      We do not remove callous.
      You can call 62350338 or click HERE to contact us.

  5. Sherry Voon

    I have a small red meat moles under my eyes is that can be removed?

  6. Hi, may I know if you guys do laser resurfacing for uneven pigmentation spots on the face? How many sessions will it take to get completely get rid of the pigmentation spots and how much will it cost?

  7. I removed several moles on 6th of June, is it ok to go for an x ray today? Will it affect the wounds? I’m checking my spine.

  8. hey I removed a mole 1 week ago and now it’s a dark red spot is it normal?


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