Is the laser mole removal procedure dangerous? Does the treatment have any contraindications or possible severe complications?
The laser mole removal procedure is one of the most common treatments used for mole removal. As it is a medical procedure, it does require a prior specialized consultation and a medical history check, and as with many other cosmetic or medical procedures, it may have some side-effects, and there may be some risks involved, but these are rare, and usually occur if the procedure is not performed correctly, which is not the case with Renew Skin & Health Clinic as we have a team of fully qualified practitioners with a vast experience in the field.
The laser mole removal procedure is performed under a local anesthetic, and despite the fact that it is a non-invasive procedure, there is still a possible risk of infection and bleeding. Also, due to the fact that the laser mole removal procedure consists in a laser light energy which is absorbed by the skin, there is the risk of skin burns. Another downside of the laser mole removal procedure is given by the fact that due to the heat, there may also be minimal depigmentation. The post-procedural side-effects may include minimal swelling and tenderness which will wear-off in a couple of days. Despite the fact that this may seem a little bit discouraging, you should keep in mind that if the procedure is performed by a specialist, the risks are diminished, as most of them occur when the procedure is not performed properly. If you need help, want to undergo the laser mole removal procedure, or you want to take into consideration other types of mole removal procedures, you can book a consultation with one of our specialists at Renew Skin and Health Clinic who have a vast experience in mole removal treatments and a history of excellent cosmetic results.
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