Is laser surgery expensive to removal moles with insurance?

It depends... If your doctor is a contracted member of your insurance plan, and your deductible and co-insurance level is reasonable, the cost should be nominal. Ask your doctor's office staff the check your benefits and provide you with an out-of-pocket estimate. This should be pretty close to your exact cost.

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How much can it cost to have a mole removed by laser surgery?

Laser for moles. Lasers are good for removal of some moles and not others. Cost maybe upto several hundred dollars. Read more...
Depends. Price varies greatly depending on the type of laser used, skill level of the physician, whether performed by doctor or nurse, geographic region. In my practice the cost can range from $150 to $1500 or more per trestment depending on the size of the mole or birthmark and how many lasers i need to use. Read more...

Hello, how can I recover moles after laser surgery? Is it I must use alcohol or iodine? What's best option? Moles are not cancerous.

Regular hygiene. You should have received specific instructions following your surgery. Usually regular hygiene suffices. Would suggest avoiding topicals unless specifically recommended on the post surgical pamphlet. Read more...

Can laser surgery on my gums get rid of my black dot in my upper gum? My dentist said that is was a "mole" but I really want an answer from an expert

Consider biopsy. Any discoloration or suspicious or different "looking" area should have a biopsy. That is where the "spot" as well as some adjacent tissue is carefully removed and the sample sent to a lab / doctor who microscopically examines the sample and will send a report to the treating doctor who will inform you if the results. This way you know for sure. Read more...
It depepnds. Laser treatment can remove black or dark spots, it depends on what is causing the black spot, make an appointment with a periodontist or an oral surgeon who has laser training, he can examine you an give you a better answer. Before attempting any treatment a proper diagnosis should be made and alternative treatment may be recommended. Read more...
Mole? I am not saying that it is not possible, but I have never seen a true "mole" in the mouth. Perhaps your dentist just termed it that. If you want an answer from an expert, see an oral surgeon or oral pathologist. Generally, the only way to know for sure what it is, is to have it surgically removed and biopsied. Read more...
Evaluation. It may be possible to identify the spot as an amalgam tattoo which is a benign consequence of silver filling material incorporating into the gum tissue. If that appears unlikely from clinical exam, i agree with the other doctors regarding getting a biopsy. Once you really know what it is then the technology to treat it can be chosen wisely. Read more...
Yes..but. The first thing to get is an accurate diagnosis of what the black mole is? Assuming that it is a lesion that doesn't need to be biopsied, then a nd/yag 1064 can be used to remove pigmented lesions in the mouth and elsewhere. www.drgums.com. Read more...