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A normal mole is usually symmetrical, well defined with a round or oval smooth edge, and a uniform colour. It's typically smaller than a pencil eraser and doesn't change in size, shape, or colour over time. They are caused by the clustering of pigment cells called melanocytes, and can be influenced by genetics and sun exposure. Fairer skin types generally have more moles, as do those who spend lot of time in the sun. Moles can also change or appear due to hormonal changes such as puberty or pregnancy.


While most moles are harmless, it's important to keep an eye on any changes in size, shape, or colour, as this could be a sign of skin cancer.

Moles can be removed through a simple surgical procedure. The procedure involves numbing the area with a local anaesthetic and then making an elliptical deep incision with a 2mm margin of normal skin. In most cases, a small scar may be left behind, but it will fade over time. 

Dr Chowdhury will inspect the mole before he decides to remove it. He won't perform the removal if he doesn't deem it is safe to do so. The mole will need to be sent for histology to confirm the diagnosis.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a free consultation, please contact us.

  • Is there a down time associated with the treatment?
    Most clients do not experience down time after treatment and can continue with their day as normal. Any swelling, redness or bruising tends to subside within 24 hours.
  • What is classified as one area?
    The following are classified as one area: · Frown lines · Forehead lines · Crow’s feet · Bunny lines · Down turned Mouth · Gummy smile · Dimpled chin · Peri-oral lines More than one area can be treated in one sitting.
  • How long does the treatment take?
    After a full consultation with Dr Chowdhury, a bespoke treatment plan will be devised. Treatment usually takes between 20-30 minutes but may take longer depending on the number of areas treated.
  • What results can I expect?
    Results start to appear approximately 3-5 days after treatment and peaks at around 2 weeks. A complimentary top up at 2 weeks is available if necessary.
  • Do I need any follow up after my anti-wrinkle injection?
    Yes, we will book you a follow up after 2 weeks and provide a free top up injection if required.
  • Who will perform the procedure?
    All procedures at Astounding Skin Aesthetics are performed by Dr Chowdhury after a consultation and full assessment.
  • How long do the result last?
    Duration of results varies from person to person depending on external factors such as metabolism. However, on average, results tend to last between 3-4 months after which you may wish to return for further treatment.
  • What are the risks and side effects of anti-Wrinkle Injections?
    Anti-wrinkle injections are a relatively pain free treatment, with only mild discomfort during treatment. There may be mild soreness, swelling or bruising after the treatment which tends to subside after 24 hours.


1 Mole (<5cm)


Sebsequent moles (<5cm)


Extra cost for histology

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