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Mole Removal


Regarded as blemishes of various sizes and colors, Moles are often commonly found on the body or face and they can appear in a variety of shapes. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, Moles are very common, with 1 in every 100 babies being born with one. Moles mostly appear during the first 20 years of a person's life, although some may not appear until later in life. Sun exposure may darken existing moles and increase their number.

Moles can appear anywhere on the skin, but they are mostly found on the face and body. They are usually brown in color and can be of various sizes and shapes. However the majority of moles are benign, that is, medically harmless and non cancerous that does not cause any serious problems. However those that are not harmless may cause problems like itchiness or when they are big in size or when they change their shape, size, color, rub or catch on your clothing. In addition, they can also cause problems while performing grooming tasks, like shaving or applying make-up. So it's important that one consults a mole specialist to get to know whether they are really harmless or dangerous.

Under Excision Procedure, the surgeon maps out the mole. Then sterilizes or cleans the area and numbs it. Later a scalpel is used to cut the mole and a border that surrounds the mole. Depending upon the depth of the mole-related area, stitches are made either deep inside the skin (they are absorbed by the body and need not be removed) or on the skin's upper surface (the stitches don't absorb and needs to be removed later).

Under Surgical procedure, the surgery is carried out mainly under a local anesthetic. The exact technique for removing the mole depends on factors like in what condition the mole is, its size and location. Most moles are removed with a scalpel and the wound closed with stitches. In case of some moles, they are shaved down to the level of the surrounding skin and in case of rest; they are frozen off with cold liquid nitrogen gas or destroyed with a precision high-energy laser.

The operation will usually leave a scar and its size and visibility depends upon the kind of surgery performed. However, its pretty normal for a scab to develop that generally heals within a week or two. Any inflammation that's there will usually disappear within a few weeks. On the whole, the scars fade significantly over the first year.