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Why Choose Contour Clinics?

Our cosmetic physicians are among the most highly skilled and experienced doctors in the field of radiofrequency skin surgery and cosmetic mole removal.

Safe removal of your lump/bump/mole/tag in the most aesthetically pleasing way is a focus of our clinic.

In comparison to other clinics offering/lump/bump/tag/ mole removal, Contour Clinics offers:

  • Careful assessment of your skin lesion under skin microscope to ensure safe cosmetic mole removal
  • Experienced doctors, who have trained in this field of skin surgery
  • The best cosmetic outcomes in the field using the world's newest and most advanced mole removal technology
  • Affordable treatment options
  • Mole removal in one appointment, rather than multiple sessions often required with traditional laser methods
  • Free scar reduction laser 12 weeks post cosmetic mole removal treatment to speed healing and reduce the rare risk of scarring
  • Any re-treatment required is performed complimentary 

Download our eBook Things you MUST know prior to getting your moles/lump/bumps removed

Many moles can be removed without a scar.

There are many moles that require the attention of a specialist plastic surgeon or dermatologist. Those moles with suspicious features, and therefore with a propensity to turn cancerous, must absolutely without exception be removed in their entirety using traditional mole removal cut and stitch methods.

However, MOST moles do not!

These are the things you MUST KNOW prior to engaging a doctor for removal of an unwanted mole, lump or bump.

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Prices and Packages

What would you pay to have your mole/lump/bump/tag removed without stiches, scarring, hideous expense, or downtime?

What would you pay to avoid necessary scaring, stitches and long healing times after cosmetic mole removal?

Here at Contour Clinics, we offer affordable prices to remove your lesions.

Prices of treatments

We do not charge for assessment of suitability for this procedure. Appointments are free of charge and there is no obligation to proceed if you are not confident. The procedure is quick and can be done within the same appointment if desired.

Electrodes used for removal are single use per patient. The cost of the first removal is based on the expense of the electrode.

Once you have had one removal, the cost comes down to $149 for each subsequent removal, because the expense of the electrode has already been covered with your first lesion removed.

Electrodes used for removal are single use per patient. The cost of the first intimate area removal is based on the expense of the electrode.

Once you have had one intimate area removal, the cost comes down to $199 for each subsequent removal, because the expense of the electrode has already been covered with your first lesion removed.

You receive 3 free treatments free of charge.
Coming back at 3 months post procedure also allows our doctors to review your progress to ensure complete removal and healing.

What is Radio-frequency Mole/Lump/Bump/Tag removal?

Radiofrequency mole removal delivers Radiowaves to the skin via electrode at a targeted frequency of 4.0 Mhz. The resistance of the skin to travel of these radio-waves means they only penetrate a few microns deep. This allows a significantly more precise incision as compared to traditional surgical methods, resulting in a scarless procedure. 

Radiofrequency mole removal offers many advantages over the traditional method of excision with a scalpel including:

  • Cosmetically superior results with radiofrequency cosmetic mole removal
  • Simultaneous cutting and coagulation produces removal without bleeding
  • Significantly less scarring as compared to mole removal with scalpels
  • No stitches or bleeding
  • Far more precise incisions than traditional cut-and-stitch methods
  • The heat generated from radiofrequency waves means incisions are bacteria free, leading to lower risk of infection
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Patricia had lifelong neck moles that had bothered her in photos. Thorough dermatoscopic assessment revealed that these moles were benign and suitable for removal. Four weeks post painless removal of her moles, her skin shows no signs of scarring or discolouration.

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Benign mole removed with minimal scarring. Photos taken 8 weeks after removal.

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Before and 3 months after scarless mole removal on the nose.

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Before and after scarless mole removal to the lower check/nasolabial fold. Minimal scarring is achieved which will feed over time.

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This jawline skin lesion was easily removed with our radio-frequency Surgitron device. There is slight redness persisting at the base of the removal site. This will resolve overtime.

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Wart-like lesion removed from the scalp with no downtime and minimal scarring.

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Multiple seborrheic keratoses removed under radiofrequency ablation, and 3 months later have healed without scar.

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Mole removal with our scarless technique. After picture taken 4 weeks post treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take to heal?

Mole removal healing depends on the area of the body involved.

The further from the face, the longer the duration in cosmetic mole removal healing time. In most cases the scab will fall off after a week.

You can reduce the risk of a mole removal scar with application of topical antibiotic cream, and keeping the area covered with a moist dressing.

It is common for the area to itch in the 1-3 weeks post cosmetic mole removal. This is all a part of the healing process.

Your cosmetic physician will discuss dressings that are appropriate for you during your cosmetic mole removal consultation.

Can I shower or swim after mole removal?

Showering is fine as long as the treated area is covered for the first 5 days.

Swimming is not advised for 3 weeks post treatment.

Can I exercise after mole removal?

You may exercise immediately after mole removal.

When can I apply makeup after mole removal?

The earliest we recommend applying makeup to the treated mole removal area is 2 week post treatment.

Makeup can be applied around the treated mole removal area.

Is mole removal safe? What are the risks?

Yes. If all precautions are adhered to, radiofrequency mole removal is completely safe.

Bleeding can be common after this procedure. This can be decreased with application of a pressure dressing post procedure. It is usually minor and ceases in 1-2 days.

Infection is rare and varies depending on the location treated and your general health.

Scarring varies significantly based on your mole type, skin colour, general health, and history of previous scarring.

Your cosmetic physician will discuss any other risks that are specific to you at the time of consultation.

What can I do at home to remove my moles?

Unfortunately, there is nothing proven to remove moles at home.

It is not recommended you try any of the commonly suggested home fixes such as aloe vera, lemon juice, castor oil, baking soda etc.

Mole removal pens have become a popular option on some beauty forums. These have a higher propensity to cause scarring, and in untrained hands can cause infection. We caution against their use for this reason.

We suggest a formal consultation with one of our doctors prior to any mole removal procedure.

What are the chances of a mole removal scar?

The risk of a scar after mole removal varies depending on the area treated, skin type, history of scarring, and adherence to aftercare instructions.

In general, studies have reported the risk of clinically significant scarring to be somewhere in the region of 2-5%. This is usually always more aesthetically pleasing than the original mole.

Scars can often appear red/pink and will fade overtime to blend with normal skin.  The risk of a mole removal scar developing will be discussed during your consultation.

Will mole removal prevent cancer?

No. This is not a goal of cosmetic mole removal.

Cosmetic mole removal targets benign nevi that have no suspicious hallmarks of cancer. The risk of these moles turning cancerous is incredibly low.

The goal is to remove lesions to provide the most aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Any moles that are not 100% benign are referred to a dermatologist for appropriate management.

Scarless Mole and Skin tag Removal

Watch Dr Josh Wall from Contour Cosmetic Clinics Sydney remove a mole with the radio frequency tempsure device. This is a 5 minute procedure with no downtime, no scarring and no stitches!

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