One of the important factors to consider when opting for laser mole removal technique is the cost involved in this kind of treatment. Basically the cost varies according to the type/size/quantity of the mole you want to remove, the exact kind of procedures to be undertaken, the kind of laser removal technique to be adopted and the area where the surgeon is located.

Typically the cost will start from $100 onwards though as low as  $50 is also possible. It is important to note that this “beauty purpose” kind of surgery will not normally be covered by insurance. However it is better to check with your insurance provider to be certained. It is also important for you to ask a comprehensive cost from your consultant including the post-surgery treatment if any.

Below are some of the customer reviews

from http://askville.amazon.com/approximate-cost-mole-removal-cosmetic-reasons/AnswerViewer.do?requestId=7208282

by nuttybandito
“…I paid $90.00 for the office visit, and $177.00 to the doctor.  He did it right in his office.  I hope that this helps you.  I didn’t have insurance at the time, but I did pay out of the pocket.  I do not know what the policy is in your doctor’s office.  I think those who are not covered by insurance pay the co-pay and then are able to make payments.  Sometimes, when you are uninsured, the doctor’s office has a different pay scale.  I would ask your doctor’s office the pay scales, and then ask about making payments.  It’s worth a shot!!!!
I had insurance when I had my second mole removed.  The doctor made sure that he put in his notes that it was for medical reasons, that it needed to be removed …”

another by gemini29

“… My son had three moles removed a few months ago. Depending on the doctor, the initial visit cost is between $50 and $80. The actual procedure included three moles and it lasted about 30 minutes. The areas were numbed, the moles removed and he got three stitches on the largest mole (the one on his cheek). That visit was about $150. There is a tiny scar but he is so much happier …”

from http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=242499

by Shirlee
“… I have a family member that looked into laser mole removal. Apparently, the possibility of scarring depends on the type of mole, protruding ones are easier to remove than flat ones. He went for a consultation at the Nottingham Laser Clinic as they have an innovative method of removal that leaves little or no scarring and they are the only place in the UK to offer this treatment. It is expensive, £300 for the first mole and £75 each for any others…”