Benign Moles, Skin Tags, and Milia Removal Treatments
Common skin problems including benign moles, skin tags and milia can be treated using Short Wave Diathermy which is a simple cautery method. We can treat benign moles, skin tags and milia by inserting a small heated needle into the blemish, destroying the tissue.
As moles are treated to give an aesthetic improvement, we do not remove any surrounding tissue for laboratory analysis. We therefore ask you to have any moles to be treated, checked firstly by your GP and provide a covering letter of authorisation.
Local anaesthetic is given so there is little discomfort to the procedure. Slight swelling and redness is normal after treatment and a scab will form, dropping off as the area heals.