Red Moles

What are Red Moles?

The medical name for a red mole is 'cherry angioma'.  These are common growths on the skin surface usually found in people aged 30 and over, and so they're sometimes also called ‘senile angiomas’.   They are made up of a cluster of capillaries and can form on any part of the body but most often on the torso.  While they don’t usually represent a health risk, if bleeding or changes in size, shape or colour occurs, it’s important to consult your GP.

The good news is that there's no need to put up with cherry angiomas because the ND YAG Laser effectively removes this type of mole.

Excellent results can be achieved after just one or two treatments.

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What Treatments work best?

ND YAG Laser

The NdYag Vascular Laser treatment is able to quickly and safely remove a broad range of unsightly vessels including

red moles.

Accor Plasma

The pen creates an ionised plasma arc which projects onto the skin's surface and instantly vaporises a point of skin at the required position.

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