Mole Check

When you notice a ‘mole’ or mark on your skin, that you’ve not noticed before, or that it looks different, then is the time for it to be investigated by a medical professional.

The most common non cancerous lesion is sometimes called a ‘wart mole’ or clinically, a Seborrheic Keratosis.

This is a rough to touch, dry scaly raised lesion. They are most common in adults aged 50 upwards.

Some people prefer them to be removed, due to their appearance. This is simply done by freezing them off, using a treatment called Cryotherapy.

Browns Clinic Dermatology can remove this type of lesion, but does not offer skin surgery for suspicious moles.

You will be referred onto your GP or a private Dermatologist, if there is a lesion that appears to be a Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC), a Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) or a Melanoma. Browns clinic will refer on with dermatoscope images.

Dermatology Mole Check