Radiofrequency Mole Removal Expert in Perumbakkam

Your Trusted Partner in Radiofrequency Mole Removal

At our clinic, we offer advanced Radiofrequency mole removal procedures to help you achieve clear, smooth skin safely and effectively. Using state-of-the-art technology, our experienced professionals can target and remove unwanted moles with precision and minimal discomfort.

Understanding Radiofrequency Mole Removal

What is Radiofrequency Mole Removal?

Radiofrequency mole removal is a non-invasive procedure that uses radiofrequency energy to safely and effectively remove unwanted moles from the skin. During the procedure, a specialized device delivers controlled radiofrequency waves to the mole, heating and breaking down the cells within the mole. This process causes the mole to shrink and eventually fade away over time. Radiofrequency mole removal is often preferred for its precision, minimal scarring, and shorter recovery time compared to traditional surgical excision methods. Additionally, it can be used to treat moles on various parts of the body, including the face, neck, and body. It is essential to consult with a qualified dermatologist or healthcare provider to determine if radiofrequency mole removal is suitable for your specific needs and to discuss potential risks and benefits.

Who needs Radiofrequency Mole Removal?

  1. Those with Unwanted Moles: Individuals with moles that are aesthetically displeasing or causing discomfort may opt for radiofrequency removal.

  2. Concerns about Mole Changes: People who notice changes in the size, shape, color, or texture of a mole may choose radiofrequency removal for diagnostic or preventive purposes.

  3. Desire for Minimal Scarring: Radiofrequency mole removal offers the advantage of minimal scarring compared to traditional surgical excision, making it suitable for those concerned about cosmetic outcomes.

  4. Preference for Non-invasive Procedures: Individuals who prefer non-invasive procedures with minimal downtime and quick recovery may opt for radiofrequency mole removal over surgical methods.

  5. Those with Multiple Moles: Radiofrequency removal can efficiently address multiple moles in one session, making it suitable for individuals with several unwanted moles on various parts of the body.

  6. Patients Seeking Precision: The precision of radiofrequency technology allows for targeted removal of moles, making it suitable for those requiring precise treatment, especially on sensitive or delicate areas like the face or neck.

What are the benefits of Radiofrequency Mole Removal?

  • Precision: Allows for targeted removal of moles while minimizing damage to surrounding tissue.
  • Minimal scarring: Results in less scarring compared to traditional surgical excision methods.
  • Quick procedure: Typically performed as an outpatient procedure with minimal downtime.
  • Versatility: Can be used to remove moles from various areas of the body, including delicate areas like the face.
  • Effective: Offers effective removal of unwanted moles, with high success rates.
  • Reduced risk of complications: Lower risk of complications such as bleeding or infection compared to surgical methods.
  • Minimal discomfort: Patients often experience minimal discomfort during and after the procedure.
  • Suitable for multiple moles: Can efficiently address multiple moles in a single session, reducing the need for multiple procedures.

What happens during the procedure?

  1. Preparation: The area around the mole is cleaned and sterilized to reduce the risk of infection.

  2. Local Anesthesia: A local anesthetic may be administered to numb the area and minimize discomfort during the procedure.

  3. Radiofrequency Device: The dermatologist or healthcare provider uses a specialized radiofrequency device with a thin, needle-like probe to target the mole.

  4. Application of Radiofrequency Energy: The probe is applied to the mole, delivering controlled radiofrequency energy to the targeted area. This energy heats the mole, causing it to break down and gradually disintegrate.

  5. Monitoring: The healthcare provider monitors the procedure to ensure precise and effective removal of the mole.

  6. Post-Procedure Care: After the mole is removed, the area may be covered with a sterile dressing or ointment to promote healing and prevent infection.

  7. Recovery: Patients can typically resume their normal activities immediately after the procedure, although some redness, swelling, or minor discomfort may occur. Complete healing usually takes a few weeks, during which time the area may form a scab before revealing new, healthy skin.

  8. Follow-Up: Patients may be scheduled for a follow-up appointment to monitor healing and ensure optimal results. They may also receive instructions for post-procedure care, such as avoiding sun exposure and keeping the treated area clean and protected.

What are the risks involved?

  • Scarring: While minimal, scarring is a possible risk associated with radiofrequency mole removal.
  • Pigmentation Changes: Temporary or permanent changes in skin pigmentation may occur.
  • Infection: There is a slight risk of infection at the treatment site.
  • Bleeding: Minimal bleeding may occur during or after the procedure.
  • Discomfort: Patients may experience mild discomfort or pain during the procedure.
  • Skin Sensitivity: Some individuals may experience increased sensitivity or irritation in the treated area post-procedure.
  • Recurrence: In rare cases, the mole may partially or fully regrow after removal.

What are the disadvantages of Radiofrequency Mole Removal?

  • Cost: Radiofrequency mole removal may be more expensive than other removal methods.
  • Limited Depth: Not suitable for removing moles with deeper roots or those suspected of being cancerous.
  • Multiple Sessions: Some moles may require multiple sessions for complete removal.
  • Potential for Scarring: While minimal, scarring is a possibility, especially in individuals prone to keloid formation.
  • Risk of Hyperpigmentation: There is a risk of temporary or permanent changes in skin pigmentation in the treated area.
  • Not Covered by Insurance: In some cases, radiofrequency mole removal may not be covered by insurance, leading to out-of-pocket expenses for patients.
Frequently Asked Question on Radiofrequency Mole Removal
Will the mole grow back after radiofrequency removal?

In most cases, the mole is permanently removed with radiofrequency treatment. However, there is a small risk of partial or complete regrowth, especially if the mole is not completely eradicated during the procedure.

Can radiofrequency mole removal be used on all types of moles?

Radiofrequency mole removal is best suited for benign moles that are non-cancerous. It may not be appropriate for removing suspicious or cancerous moles, which may require a biopsy or other treatment.


Is there any downtime or recovery period after radiofrequency mole removal?

Patients can usually resume their normal activities immediately after the procedure, although some redness, swelling, or minor discomfort may occur. Complete healing typically takes a few weeks.

How long does a radiofrequency mole removal procedure take?

The procedure is relatively quick and can typically be completed in a single outpatient session, lasting anywhere from 15 to 60 minutes, depending on the size and number of moles being removed.

Is radiofrequency mole removal painful?

The procedure is typically well-tolerated, with minimal discomfort. Local anesthesia may be used to numb the area and minimize any pain or discomfort.