Laser Mole Removal: Preparation, Treatment, and Aftercare

by Dr Wan Chee Kwang
March 15, 2023
That black spot on the face might be small but its existence can be so obvious that it cannot be ignored every time you look into the mirror. Long considered […]

When Should You Consider Mole Removal For Your Child?

by Dr Wan Chee Kwang
February 27, 2023
Mole removal in a child can have a significant impact on self-esteem and social well-being. Children often have moles on their skin. These are usually benign and present at birth […]

How Do You Prevent & Treat Keloid Scars From Mole Removal?

by Dr Wan Chee Kwang
December 22, 2022
Keloids can sometimes develop after mole removal wounds heal. This is not unique to mole removals, as keloids result from an abnormally excessive healing process that can occur after any […]

Cheapest Mole Removal Methods in Singapore Reviewed!

by Dr Wan Chee Kwang
August 22, 2022
What are the cheapest mole removal methods in Singapore? Do they work and how much do they cost? Mole removal costs in Singapore can be quite substantial. This is especially […]

How Can Growth Factors Treat Mole Removal Scarring?

by Dr Wan Chee Kwang
July 13, 2022
Mole removal is one of the most common medical aesthetics procedures in Singapore. Hardly a day goes by in our clinic without a mole removal inquiry, consultation, or procedure. After […]

What Are The Chances of My Mole Recurring After Mole Removal?

by Dr Wan Chee Kwang
February 25, 2021
Are you considering mole removal? If so, you may be wondering about the chances of your mole growing back after removal. Mole removal is a common procedure. While mole removal […]

Raised Moles: Is It Possible To Completely Remove Them?

by Dr Wan Chee Kwang
January 13, 2021
Moles come in all shapes and sizes; some raised and some flat. Almost every adult has moles; on average, we grow about 10 to 40 moles in our lifetimes. Those […]

What Is The Best Way To Remove Moles?

by Dr Wan Chee Kwang
December 9, 2020
Moles are skin growths that form when pigmented cells in your skin grow in clusters. You probably have more than one mole on your face and body; on average, most […]