Mole Removal Sudbury
Having a mole can be embarrassing. And what’s worse, mole removal has always been a tricky process. While smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles is something that can be done through many simple techniques, the removal of moles has always depended on surgical intervention or cauterization. These processes are often painful and cause a lot of discomfort for the patient.
You no longer need to undergo treatments like these to get moles removed. Now, there is an easier and more convenient option: CO2 laser treatment.
Removing Moles Using the CO2 Laser
The CO2 laser treatment procedure is a state-of-the-art mole-removal option that is painless and creates only minimal discomfort. It is an outpatient procedure, which means that you can go about your daily activities almost immediately after the procedure. It doesn’t take much time to perform, and it’s quite safe.
How Does the Treatment Process Work?
Before beginning the CO2 laser mole-removal procedure, we will administer a light anesthetic to the area. This will numb the region to any pain, keeping you comfortable during the procedure. During a consultation at Sudbury Med Spa, we will discuss your anesthesia options and decide on the one that’s most favorable for you.
After the area has been numbed, we will then activate the CO2 laser and focus it on the mole. The laser energy will evaporate the tissue of the mole in a way that is precise and safe.
Once the procedure has been completed, you might notice that there is a darkening of the skin around the region that was being treated. This is a possible side effect and will resolve itself quickly.
Keep good care of the site of the procedure for around six weeks. Make sure you don’t go out in direct sunlight, as this can affect the skin of the area.
The risk of post-treatment marks in the region are virtually negligible at just 1%, which is far more favorable than if you go a different route, such as surgical intervention or cauterization.
Advantages of Choosing CO2 Laser Mole Removal
There are many advantages to this treatment method. Perhaps the greatest advantage among them all is the fact that this is a very low-risk procedure. There is no risk of infection after the procedure, and you will be able to obtain results that are permanent.
The technology of the CO2 laser allows it to target even the deepest moles, including the ones that aren’t easy to reach using other treatments. The number of sessions depends entirely upon how many moles you want removed and their sizes.
Visit Sudbury Med Spa
The best way to determine the proper method of mole removal is with a visit to Sudbury Med Spa. During a consultation, your mole will be examined and then a treatment method will be recommended. Contact our office to arrange your consultation.
$75 – $200 (By size)