Moles are harmless skin growths that may be flat or protruding. They vary in color from pink flesh tones to dark brown or black. Everyone has moles. Some of us have a lot of them, others have only a few. Rarely, a mole can become cancerous. If you have a mole which is changing or looks different than your other moles, you should have it checked immediately by your plastic surgeon.
II. Causes of a mole:
The number of skin moles someone gets depends a lot on our genes. skin moles sometimes appear in "crops," especially during the early teens.skin moles- Excision of Moles No one knows why we get skin moles. Genetics and sun exposure are probably very important
Pregnancy can cause skin moles to get bigger, but if one is getting bigger faster then the others, have it checked by skin moles - Pregnancyyour plastic surgeon
III. Treatment of a mole - Laser or Surgery:
Most moles are usually harmless and safe to ignore.
Mole removal for cosmetic reasons is a simple procedure usually covered by insurance. After numbing the skin, Mole removal is completed with scissors or a scalpel. The wound heals to leave a flat scar.
Complete destruction of a mole requires removing the full thickness of skin. The resulting scar is usually less noticeable than the mole was. Complete destruction of a mole requires removing the full thickness of skin. The resulting scar is usually less noticeable than the mole was.
Moles sometimes grow annoying coarse hair, and it may be safely removed by shaving or plucking.Permanent removal of the hair, which has roots deep within the skin,
requires laser hair removal or complete surgical excision of the mole.
Any mole that bleeds, itches, markedly changes color, has an unusual appearance, or changes in any way should be checked by your plastic surgeon immediately!
Chicago Surgical Mole Removal
36 year old before, 6 weeks after 3 month s after excision of her left nasal mole. Notice the maintenance of her nasal shape. The scar (even though it is still active) is certainly less noticeable than her mole. Even though we do a lot of laser mole removals, this mole required surgical removal.
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