Moles are a nevocellular skin occurrence located in the skin's various layers. everybody has moles. perceived by most people as a dark brown spot, actually moles have a wide range of appearances. sometimes regarded to be fashionable and even called" beauty marks" as when found in women's cheeks, however, not all moles are beautiful. they can be very unsightly as when they protrude from the skin. they may contain dark hair and they may be dangerous. moles can appear anywhere on the face and body skin. they are usually brown in colours and can be of various sizes and shapes. most moles come out 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. with the type of skin moles treatments, a local anesthetic is applied to the mole, which is cut out a along with a small area of the surrounding skin with a scalpel or surgical scissor. some moles may have cells that have grown underneath the top layer of skin. moles that are noncancerous and haven't grown to the deeper layers of skin can be frozen off using liquid nitrogen this type of skin moles treatment may leave a small blister on the skin but is a relatively simple outpatient procedure. types of moles about 1-3% of all babies have one or more moles at birth. these are called congenital nevi. other types of moles include: functional moles, which are usually brown and may be flat or slightly raised. compound moles, which are slightly raised, range in color from tan to dark brown, and involve pigment- producing cells (melanocytes) in both the upper and lower layers of the skin (epidermis and dermis ). dermal moles, which range from flesh to brown, are elevated, most common on the upper body, and may contain hairs. sebaceous moles, which are produced by over-active oil glands and are yellow and rough- textured. blue moles, which are slightly raised, colored by pigment deep within the skin , and most common on the head, neck and arms of women. to feel confident about your skin. hundreds of very satisfied customers. The patients that respond to laser treatment for moles are those with: fair complexion and light pigmentation. shallow scar or moles.
Benefits of laser mole removal the primary benefits of laser mole removal is that it is noninvasive. because there is no cutting or burning of the skin, the risk of infection is significant reduced. lasers are also to reach areas of the body such as the face or nose that may be difficult to treat using other method. lastly, multiple moles can be treated during one session. results are acceptable even for those who wish to remove moles on visible parts of the body such as on the face or in the neck area. Preventing moles
After a mole-removal treatment, you can still go out and be exposed to the sun. However, you are advised to wear proper sun protection (i.e., hats, protective clothing, sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher) to prevent moles from forming in the future and removed moles from returning. Monthly skin checks are also recommended for the identification of any irregular moles or changes in existing moles.
Can a mole come back after treatment ?
In some cases, a mole can return after treatment. There is a small chance that some mole cells were missed and the mole grows back. While this is usually not the case, no skin moles treatment is 100% effective. That’s why, especially for irregular and cancerous moles, it is important to schedule follow-up appointments with your doctor every 6 to 12 months.