Mole Removal Clinic

  • Smooth, homogenous-looking skin, free of blemishes and any irritation.
  • Early examination and detection of moles that require further inspection.


Mole Removal Clinic, Kelowna Specialists

A common mole is a coloured spot on the skin that develops when pigment cells (melanocytes) grow in clusters. The medical term for moles is melanocytic naevi, and most adults usually have between 10 and 40 on their body. Although common moles may be present at birth, they usually appear later in childhood and increase during teenage years. During pregnancy, moles often get darker and they can fade away completely from around the age of 50.


Moles are common with the majority of adults hosting 10 to 40 on their bodies. The good news is they can easily be treated in our Kelowna mole removal clinic with state-of-the-art lasers or removed via expert excision under local anesthesia.

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"I would highly recommend the Cerulean Medical Institute! I recently had an IPL treatment to remove brown spots on my face from years of sun damage and had amazing results. I am also having a dark brown birth mark removed with laser treatments. In the past, other clinics had told me it was not possible to remove without surgery. After 2 treatments it is almost gone and I am very pleased. Isabel is professional, caring and knowledgeable and she takes pride in seeing great results! Thank you Dr. Chetty and Isabel."

Pam G, Kelowna BC



Dr. Praven Chetty is a multi-award winning aesthetic physician specializing in natural looking, long lasting results. Dr. Praven Chetty combines his vast knowledge of anatomy and ageing with evidenced based cutting-edge techniques for truly customized outcomes.

Mole Removal Clinic FAQs

Is mole removal right for me?

Moles causing an annoyance or getting in the way of your attire? Speak to one of our cosmetic specialists at Cerulean Medical Institute, who will assess your mole in question and come up with the appropriate solution. Benign moles can be treated with our state-of-the-art laser, or shave excision under local anesthesia, healing within two weeks.

When should I have a mole checked?

You should have a mole checked if it:

  • Changes colour
  • Has an uneven or ragged edge
  • Is inflamed or painful
  • Is itchy, bleeding or oozing
  • Changes shape and looks different to your other moles
  • Is protruding and causing irritation
  • You simply don’t like the look of it

Consulting with a mole removal clinic at the first signs of notice or discomfort can catch the signs of troublesome moles at the early stages, and help prevent living with the discomfort of a benign mole for any longer than necessary.