Mole Removal

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Mole removals

Having a mole removed can be a scary thought, as best case scenario, the mole can be just a dark spot on your skin you wish disappeared. However, worst case scenario, moles can be cancerous and lead to serious health risks if they are not dealt with right away. Mole removals can prevent the spread of cancerous and pre-cancerous cells and it is important to regularly examine your skin for new moles that chance over time for example in colour, size and diameter. 

Our dermatology specialists

Our dermatologists are some of the leading consultants in their field and are here to provide you with the best dermatology care of the highest quality. We treat a wide range of skin, hair and nail problems from atopic eczema, fungal infections, psoriasis and even the removal of skin tags and moles.  

Our team of expert consultants provide a second to none service and we are proud to facilitate some of the best in their field so you can be assured that they will help you test, diagnose and treat your dermatology problems quickly and at an affordable price.

Mole removal

If you have a mole that’s causing you concerns, it is best to see a dermatologist. Moles can easily be removed by excision surgery which involves cutting a small section of the skin around the mole, freezing, laser removal or shave removal. Your medical consultant will start by assessing your mole and determine which method is best to remove and answer any questions you may have. Our qualified NHS medical experts are here to help you get quick and easy access to getting your mole removed at a time that suits you.

Mole Removal FAQs

Mole removal is generally a very safe procedure and side effects are usually temporary. Potential side effects may include a small scar, brown pigmentation at the base of the mole and up to 5% will re-grow and may require further surgery in the long term. During the procedure, patients may feel slight discomfort however the procedure itself is usually quick and painless.

The only way to find out if a mole is cancerous is by making an appointment with a dermatologist in which they will examine the area and determine if it is abnormal or not. If the dermatologist believes this does not appear norma, they will take a tissue sample or completely remove the mole if necessary. This will then be sent to a lab for further observation.

Getting an appointment with a dermatologist can be troublesome as you may have to go through a GP and wait for a referral. Luckily, at Alliance Health Consultant, you can get rapid access to a dermatology expert by calling 0808 178 1289 or contacting No GP referral is needed and we have a database of over 2,000 NHS medical consultant experts at hand to help you get seen quickly and easily.  

The great thing about Alliance Health Consultant is that you do not need a GP referral to get yourself an appointment with our expert medical consultants. We aim to provide a fast an affordable, yet easily accessible approach to healthcare, ensuring you get the help you need with ease.

There are no lengthy waiting times to see our consultants and we pride ourselves in finding you the right medical consultant first time.

We have supported over 200,000 Alliance Health patients through their treatment journey and have a database of over 2,000 NHS consultants so you can rest assured you are in good hands.

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