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Up until recently, surgical excision (and stitching) along with cryotherapy (freezing) were the only techniques available for removing localised skin lesions. These old fashioned techniques often leave scars worse than the lesions they remove and are now obselete in high end cosmetic surgical practices.

When choosing your treatment provider, it is important that you choose a doctor who is expert in laser & cosmetic surgical procedures and not just any general clinic.

Using the revolutionary Radio-wave Surgery along with CO2 & Erbium Yag precision cutting Lasers, we can now treat a whole spectrum of benign skin lesions without any cutting or stitching in as little as a few seconds per lesions! This includes:

  • Raised Moles (dark as well as colourless)
  • Flat moles and freckles
  • Skin tags
  • Sebarrhoeic Keratosis (Age Warts)
  • Warts
  • Syringomas (small bumps around eyes)
  • Areolar (breast nipple area) glands
  • Tongue papillae
  • Eyelid cyst (chalazion)
  • Milia
  • Vaginal Moles & Tags


At Medaesthetics®, we use the latest radio-wave surgery, CO2 and erbium-glass laser ablation for removing localised, benign skin lesions (after clinically ruling out any risk of cancer).

Doctors at Medaesthetics™ have  successfully removed over 10,000 moles and skin tags in the past few years alone.

The lesion is first numbed and then painlessly shaved off within seconds.

The radio-wave device seals off the blood vessels as it shaves away the lesion so there is no bleeding and since the skin is not cut there is no suturing required.

When removing skin lesions with this technique, it is best to err on the side of caution by not remove too much tissue (which may result in scarring).

Cosmetic Mole Removal

The only limitation of  radio-surgery and erbium glass laser ablation techniques for any  skin lesion removal is that the lesion must be above the skin level. These techniques will not work on a flat lesion, as that may potentially leave a depressed scar. For flat moles and freckles, the treatment of choice is the Q-switched Nd YAG Laser ( Tattoo Removal Laser) also available at Medaesthetics®. Read More…

How much does it cost?

Moles and Xanthalasmas (yellow cholesterol deposits in the eyelid skin) :

$250 to $450 for first mole/ Xanthelasma depending upon its size and location. $50 to $150 for each subsequent mole.

Milia, Syringomas, skin tags, warts:

$350 to $800 per 15-30 min session (up to 30 lesions)

Note: Cosmetic medical procedures are generally not covered by private health insurance or by Medicare. All fees are discussed with you before the procedure. There are no hidden costs.

Why Choose Medaesthetics® for your cosmetic solutions?

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