A beautiful glowing skin is always an apple for the eye. Our skin has to be taken good care of. There are many factors which can aggravate factors that can harm your skin. Sometime or the other our skin tend to bear some kind of abrasions which are quite harmless. These abrasions can be anything like moles, freckles, pimples, skin tags etc.
Moles: A mole is basically a pigmented spot on our skin. It can either be present from birth or can appear anytime during childhood or adolescence. At an average, the number of moles you have can vary from 10-40. As you age, these moles can change colors, increase or then decrease in size. The good news is that they may also disappear over a period of time.
Moles generally are not at all harmful, but in case your mole enlarges over a period of time, bleeds, itches or darkens, there is something to worry about. If such situation arises, consult your dermatologist immediately as it might be a sign of cancer.
Here are Different Types of Moles:
One of them is Congenital nevi, these are the moles that appear at birth. These are rare and can occur one in 100 people. These moles are more prone to cancer than the ones occurring after birth. So it is always advisable to get them checked.
The other type of mole is Dysplastic nevi. These moles are generally larger than a normal pencil eraser and are of uneven color shape and size. People suffering from Dysplastic nevi are prone to very serious form of cancer. So any sign of change in this mole should be brought to your dermatologists notice.
Our skin has cells called Melanocytes. Melanocytes are responsible for giving our skin its natural color. At times these cells (melanocytes) grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout. This is how Moles are caused.
Most people develop skin growths as they grow older. These include moles, warts, skin tags, seborrhoeic keratoses and are commonly found on the face, shoulder, armpit, neck and chest area. These growths are usually benign in nature, but they can be surgically removed to enhance appearance.
At CLEAR SKIN, there are two basic methods that we follow to remove moles:
Both of these procedures are done without the patient getting any scar or stitches.