Mole Removal Leicester

Are you looking to get rid of an unsightly mole? Look no further than One Clinic for professional, private mole removal in Leicester.

At One Clinic, we have the skills to provide minor surgical removal procedures to help tackle moles and other skin lesions such as skin tags. 

We are a team of qualified doctors who come with over 45 years’ experience between them. This means you can feel safe in the hands of experts who will always put your safety and wellbeing first. 

We treat every patient as an individual and understand that their skin concerns are unique to them. With One Clinic in Leicester, you will have an initial consultation with one of our doctors who will develop a tailored treatment plan that will address your mole removal needs. 

If you have questions about our mole removal procedure, please start by booking your first appointment at our clinic. 




What are moles and how do they form?

Moles appear on men and women. They are a fairly common type of skin lesion that look like small, dark brown spots on the skin. Although they are usually small, moles can vary in shape and size. 

Moles appear as a result of clusters of pigment-forming cells called melanocytes. Most people will see moles form on their skin during childhood or adolescence. These moles can fade or change in appearance over time. 

You can develop moles on most areas of the body including your scalp, armpits, back and between your fingers and toes. 


Are moles harmful?

A majority of moles are completely harmless and rarely do they turn into skin cancer. It is important to monitor any changes in the shape, size or colour of your moles and other skin growths.

If you notice abnormalities, you should always consult with a doctor. This can be important in the early detection of any skin cancer. Mole mapping is a useful tool for tracking the changes in moles over a period of time and can be useful in detecting cancerous growths. 

If you would like to talk to one of our doctors about your moles, please contact us to book a consultation.


Is mole removal the same as skin tag removal?

You can use a similar medical procedure to remove moles and other types of skin lesions including skin tags. you should always consult with and have your procedure with a qualified doctor.

At One Clinic, your consultation and treatment will be with one of our team of doctors. This ensures that your mole removal is performed with care and precision to prevent infection and make sure you have minimal scarring. 

We also send any skin growths we remove off for testing. This will help us determine whether there are any abnormal cells that may need further treatment. 


Treatments for skin tag, mole removal and warts


Skin tag removal and warts

Skin tag removal treatment tends to use cold liquid nitrogen gas to freeze the skin tag and remove it safely. This is also an effective treatment for wart removal.

Treatment may also include minor surgery, where your doctor will use a local anaesthetic to numb the skin tag and remove it with sharp surgical scissors. This ensures your skin tag removal is safe and quick. 


Mole removal Leicester

Mole removal is a relatively straightforward procedure that may include one of the following:


Shave excision surgery

This type of minor surgery is for moles that protrude or raise from the skin. It involves a small injection of local anaesthetic to help numb the area before we use a surgical scalpel to remove the mole without the need for stitches. 

The procedure only takes a few minutes. You can expect the wound to heal in the next 10 days. You will have pink or redness in the area for a few weeks which will start to fade leaving a very small scar behind. 


Punch excision for mole removal 

This is an effective treatment for moles, birthmarks and skin growths. It uses a tiny round tool to puncture or punch out deeper skin lesions under local anaesthesia.

With punch excision you will need some stitches to help the area heal. The stitches come out after 1-2 weeks and any signs of scars will fade after a few months. You can help scars fade by taking care of your skin and limiting any sun exposure to the area. 


Laser removal 

Laser mole removal is usually for smaller and flatter moles that you may want to remove for cosmetic reasons. It can leave a neater result than surgical removal, but there is a small risk that the mole can come back after treatment. 

The laser works by targeting the darker pigment in the skin to get rid of it. If you have a larger or deep mole, we advise you to have surgical removal.


Choose the experts for mole removal in Leicester

We understand that having a mole can cause you worry. That is why our team of qualified doctors are here to provide you with safe and effective mole removal procedures.

Our team has extensive experience in treating moles and other skin growths. We will guide you through the entire treatment process, which starts with a consultation. This is where we can assess your moles and talk you through your treatment options. It is also your chance to ask us any questions you might have so you feel confident in your decision to have mole removal. 

Don’t let your moles bother you. Visit One Clinic in Leicester to talk about mole removal today. 




How to find our clinic 

You can find our clinic in Leicester city centre. We are easily accessible by car and public transport. We are only a five-minute walk from Leicester train station.



36 DeMontfort Street




Tel: 0116 216 2715 



About Leicester

Leicester is located in the East Midlands region of England. It has a rich history and offers a diverse range of attractions and activities.

The city is home to a large number of ethnic communities. This has helped make Leicester a vibrant and inclusive place to live and visit. One of the biggest ways you can see this is through the range of restaurants and several food festivals they have each year.

Leicester also has a fascinating history, with roots dating back to Roman times. The city played a role in the industrial revolution and was famous for its textile industry. You can also see its history through landmarks including Leicester Cathedral and the remains of Leicester Castle. 

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