Mole Removal & Minor Surgery

Our talented surgeon has more than 30 years’ experience of gently removing moles, cysts, skin tags and warts for people in Leeds, York, Manchester, Harrogate, Bradford and Wakefield. We use a variety of methods including shaving, cauterising and surgically excising to quickly and effectively achieve the best cosmetic results with little or no scarring.

  • Treatment time: 45mins-1hour
  • Visible results: With 30 years' experience of gently removing moles, cysts, skin tags and warts using a variety of methods
  • Results duration: Permanent
  • Price: From £250

To arrange your appointment for mole removal in Leeds, York or Manchester please contact us online or call us on: Leeds Clinic - 0113 278 3344 York Clinic - 01904 633833 Manchester Clinic - 0161 4344155

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Treatment areas

Moles, cysts, skin tags and warts can be removed from any part of the body with excellent results.

  • I am concerned my mole has grown in size

We only carry out mole removal for cosmetic reasons. If you are concerned about a mole, please visit our GP first as he or she may want to test the mole first for melanoma (skin cancer). Any worrying signs, such as bleeding, itching or a change in size of shape, should be investigated by your GP.

  • Is mole removal treatment painful?

Before a mole is removed, the area will be cleaned and numbed with a local anaesthetic meaning the treatment itself will not be painful. Some people do find that anaesthetic injections can be slightly uncomfortable, especially if the injection is on or near the nose.

  • Will I have to have stitches?

If you are having a mole removed because it looks unsightly or it is a nuisance, for example, because it catches on your clothes, less tissue will need to be removed and you may not need to have stitches. Your surgeon may just shave off the mole so that it is level with your skin and the wound may be cauterised to close it.

  • How is a mole removed?

After the area of skin has been cleaned and numbed with a local anaesthetic, the surgeon will use a scalpel to excise (cut) the mole. It will then be sent to a laboratory to be checked for signs of melanoma. The area will then be cauterised or stitched.

  • How long does mole removal take?

The whole procedure takes only a few minutes and is quick and relatively painless. There is no downtime and you can continue with your daily routine. You may experience some soreness once the anaesthetic wears off but this can be managed with over-the-counter painkillers.