Treatment of Moles, Lentigines - Bangkok Aesthetic Clinic

Treatment of Moles, Lentigines

Treatment of Moles, Lentigines, Skin Tags, Seborrheic Keratoses, Syringoma without Pits and Scarring

What type of laser is used for treatment?

The most effective form of treatment is utilising the CO2 Laser advanced technology.

Why not use electrocautery? 

It is not an effective treatment method due to its lack of precision control. Therefore, there is a high possibility of scarring. There are various models, brands and qualities of the CO2 Laser technology. The treatment results vary because of differences in each model’s settings and specifications.  The CO2 Laser developed in China is the least accurate and with models developed in South Korea and Thailand being of better quality. However, the main disadvantage of is that these models lack the control precision of the electrocautery points and the energy cannot breakthrough at an in-depth level. The most advanced with effective results is the Sharplan CO2 Laser model from the USA. This is so because the power range can be adjusted, making it highly accurate with excellent resolution. It is this most advanced CO2 Laser technology that BSL Clinic proudly adopts to serve our patients. And at BSL Clinic, we combine the cutting-edge technology with highly-trained and extensively-experienced dermatologists.

Melanocytic Nevus

Seborrheic Keratosis and Skin Tags



Sebaceous Hyperplasis

Epidermal Inclusion Cyst


BSL Clinic’s Treatment Outcomes

After CO2 Laser treatment, the targeted area is smooth and very small. The skin will naturally exfoliate within 5 to 7 days, revealing pink skin underneath, with no scarring present. At BSL Clinic, we have well-trained and highly-experienced dermatologists, and patients will see significant results only after one treatment. If, however, a deep mole is presented for treatment, it will take repeated sessions to remove the roots to avoid the occurrence of scarring.

Article By
Dr Wutinan Sithipolvanichgul, M.D. 
BSL Clinic’s Dermatologist

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