Mole & Lesion Removal

Is that Mole or Lesion Jumping out at You Every time You Look in the Mirror?

If yes then let the Cole Clinic’s Medical Team remove it for you using our cosmetic mole and lesion removal treatments. There are many types of skin lesions, and other skin growths that generally pose no health risk but may be bothersome to you. Various lesion removal methods can be used to remove these lesions depending on the diagnosis, location and doctor/patient preference.*

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Common Types of Skin Lesions:


Moles are dark spots or small irregular skin growths located anywhere on the body in different shapes and sizes.

Moles are found either alone or in clusters and may have been present since birth or appear over time. Moles are pigmented lesions and are most prone to develop on highly sun-exposed areas of the face, neck, shoulders, chest, hands and arms. Moles are not necessarily a health risk but should be checked regularly for changes in size, colour or texture which can indicate cancerous or precancerous cells. The earlier abnormal skin cell growth is detected, the more you can reduce any potentially dangerous health risks. These moles can be removed by excision and cautery, laser mole removal or with excision followed by suturing.*

Lentigos/Seborrheic Keratosis

Lentigos and Seborrheic Keratosis are common benign brown, grey or tan coloured spots that occur mainly due to sun exposure or genetics. These Lesions with time become more unsightly, growing larger, darker and developing a rough scaly surface. Lentigos and Seborrheic Keratosis lesion removal treatments including cryogen, lasers or excision with excellent cosmetic results.*

Skin Tags (Papillomas)

Unsightly skin tags are soft brown growths often with narrow stalk that usually occur on the eyelids, neck, underarms, under the breasts and groin area. Skin Tags can become longer and or larger over time with many developing multiple skin tags. At the Cole Clinic most skin tags are removed in a single lesion removal session under local anesthetic to remove them followed by electro cautery to create a scab promoting faster healing. The results are excellent and virtually undetectable.*


Sebaceous Cysts

A sebaceous cyst is a non-cancerous abnormal growth that develops beneath the surface of the skin. These cysts are filled with a yellowish fluid or sebum and arise from the glands that secrete oily matter that lubricates the hair and skin (sebaceous glands). A cyst can usually be exercised in its entirety and if removed completely will not return.*



Warts are benign skin growths that are caused by a virus (HPV) and are transmitted by touch. Warts can be treated with the following lesion removal methods – cryogen, medication or excision. Often the treatment itself triggers the immune system to fight off the wart-causing virus allowing the body to begin the healing process.*


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