Laser Mole Removal In Melbourne
At The DOC Clinic, laser mole removal in Melbourne is performed by Dr Omarjee, who can treat moles, age spots, and sun damage by using skin rejuvenating laser light treatment. This non surgical, non invasive mole removal procedure is designed to deliver visible results quickly and offers a powerful treatment alternative to hydro-microdermabrasion and chemical peel. Laser treatment can also be used to treat skin discolouration and unwanted pigment to improve texture. This procedure can be highly effective when using the RevLite SI & IDAS 532nm laser on flat, pigmented lesions, and moles that are considered safe, after a consultation and skin check by Dr Omarjee himself.
Laser mole removal has the ability to reduce the appearance of dark spots and pigment on the face and body, including such blemishes as age spots, sun damage, moles, birthmarks and freckles. Through this simple revitalisation process, clients will experience minimal discomfort and may see visible results after just one treatment.
What Technology Does Dr Omarjee Use?
To ensure The DOC Clinic remains capable of delivering the very best care and treatment to all laser mole removal clients, Dr Omarjee has recently introduced a number of new lasers to his clinic including the IDAS 532nm laser which is a state-of-the-art piece of technology that delivers short pulsed light in a much more accurate and efficient manner to provide increased comfort to the client.
Why We Recommend Laser Mole Removal
Laser removal and skin revitalisation is a nonsurgical approach for treating age spots, sun damage and flat mole removal, using powerful light-based technology to target unwanted pigment without harming the surrounding skin. In just a few simple treatments, flat pigmented lesions can appear lighter and skin can look brighter and younger. To complete the procedure, Dr Omarjee and his highly qualified laser therapists are able to administer the laser mole treatment using the RevLite laser. This technology enables Dr Omarjee and his team to perform various additional non-ablative procedures including:
- Laser skin tag removal
- Laser age spot removal
- Laser birthmark removal
- Laser freckle removal
- Skin resurfacing
- Wrinkle reduction
- Acne scar reduction
- And more
The RevLite can also be highly effective for dermal and epidermal pigmented lesions, including melasma. At The DOC Clinic, we highly recommend this laser mole removal procedure for its target-like precision and quality results.
What Type Of Pigment Can Be Treated?
Laser removal is appropriate for treating moles, age spots, sun damage, and freckles on the face, neck, chest, arms, hands, legs, and feet. The RevLite delivers a wide range of pigment focused revitalisation that works on a variety of skin types. Dr Omarjee and his laser therapists will be able to assess wavelengths ranging from 532-1064nm – the full-colour spectrum.
Am I A Good Candidate For This Procedure?
Skin revitalisation works on a variety of skin types. Our laser therapists will be able to assess your skin and provide you with the information you need to make the decision to undergo mole removal laser treatment. We use the Fitzpatrick skin type test.
What Kinds Of Results Are Expected?
Patients undergoing laser treatment for moles may see a decrease in the appearance of unwanted skin pigment and the disappearance of moles, resulting in a more even skin tone. Through an initial consultation, Dr Omarjee will be able to assess your skin and provide you with the information you need to assess the potential results of this treatment. Head to our gallery page to view some laser mole removal before and after photos and see for yourself.
How Long Does It Take?
Laser treatment to remove moles can be performed in as little as 30-minutes* or less, depending on the size of the treatment area and the lesion itself.
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
It is possible that multiple mole removal laser treatments might be required to achieve the best results. This depends largely on the severity of your pigment and lesion(s). After treatment, the pigment will temporarily darken and then should eventually lighten.
The DOC Clinic is a private specialist clinic. Fees charged are in line with AMA recommended rates for specialist consultations. The fee may vary according to the service provided to you on the day you are seen. We require full payment on the day of consultation, and accept cash, EFTPOS, Visa and MasterCard.
Some consultations and/or treatments with medical associations may attract a Medicare rebate. If so, we will provide a receipt with the relevant Medicare item number. With this receipt, you can visit your local Medicare/Centrelink office, or download the Medicare app from Apple App Store or Google Play Store, then follow the instructions for claiming a Medicare eligible consult, service or treatment. The DOC Clinic DOES NOT process Medicare claims at the clinic.
A Medicare rebate may apply for laser mole removal consultations, as they involve a medical skin assessment, but not to the treatment itself.
What Is The Cost Of Laser Mole Removal?
The cost of laser mole removal can vary significantly and will depend largely on a number of factors, including your method of treatment, the number of areas needing treatment, and the size. Dr Omarjee and his team of therapists are available to discuss all pricing and options with you during your first consultation.
To learn more about your choices regarding laser mole removal in Melbourne, call Dr Omarjee and his team of professionals on (03) 9021 6022 or email [email protected] You can also visit us at our Hoppers Crossing clinic, located close to Point Cook and Werribee.
* Results will vary from person to person and with various degrees of efficacy.
Laser Mole Removal (for flat pigmented spots) From $395
* per treatment/visit, No Medicare Rebate