Fast, safe, and almost completely painless mole removal, no scar.

    We have specialized in mole removal since 2007.

    Each of our doctors has already removed thousands of moles.

    We use energy-saving "cold laser" technology.*

    The procedure is quick and safe and leaves no scars.

    1–3 mole removal almost completely painless for 188 euros.**


    * Rf-ablation (eng. radiofrequency ablation), also known as cold laser.

    ** Each subsequent mole removal costs 50 euros per mole. If several small moles are removed from the same skin area, pricing is based on the doctor's assessment. The outpatient fee is not included in the above mentioned price.

What should be known about the removal of moles

Why are moles removed?

Moles are removed for health and beauty reasons. Some moles can turn malignant, especially if they are located in areas of friction or are constantly exposed to injuries. Special attention should be paid to moles that look suspicious (uneven edges or color, changing size, itching or pain, bleeding). These moles should be shown to a doctor without delay.

Customer Feedback

The service was friendly and professional. The mole removal procedure was completely painless and quick. Now it's the first day after the procedure, there is no pain in the skin and the mole area does not secrete any fluid or blood. I can't yet assess the final outcome for the skin, but at this stage, I am extremely satisfied. In my opinion, the cost of the procedure is even affordable.
Euromed uses a "new" technology (which has been used in the USA and elsewhere for a long time) called "radio wave surgery". The page says: "The technique is very simple and compared to other methods it has a number of advantages on its side: - no stitches needed - no scars are formed - the treatment itself and the aftercare require a very short time - affordable price compared to other mole removals done without stitches.
Many celebrities are proud of their freckles or moles, with Cindy Crawford and Lily Cole perhaps being the best examples. I myself have always liked my birthmarks, especially the one on the tip of my nose, but I have had the large or protruding moles removed, as is recommended. Radio wave technology is by far the best method for this. It's inexpensive, quick, doesn't require stitches and doesn't leave a scar. I went to Medfin a few years ago (then it was still called Euromedfin) to have a few moles removed and the doctor said then that I could remove all my neck moles. However, I didn't get around to it until now, and I must admit that a couple of comments about those moles got me to make the appointment.
Five days after the procedure, I looked like I was suffering from at least Ebola - and of course no one in Finland cares that the nearest Ebola case is 6000 kilometers away in Tanzania. The following week, the marks were so faint that outsiders didn't notice them. At least no scars were left from previous mole removals. You just have to protect the area from the sun very well, which is not necessarily the easiest task in couple of weeks at Pole Art in Cyprus... Radio waves aren't suitable for removing malignant moles as part of the mole may remain in the skin. Moles also can grow back. If the moles reappear on my neck, I think I'll let them stay. Or at least, I'll make sure I can hide somewhere for a week after the procedure!

This isn't a paid ad, I paid for the neck treatment myself, which cost 399€ (since there were so many moles). It’s not the nicest post either, but I wanted to share my experience just in case anyone is still considering traditional mole removal...

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Opening hours:

Mon-Fri: 8:00 — 20:00

Sat-Sun: Closed