Category Archives: Mole Removal

This section talks about various mole removal procedures in great detail, why you should have it removed and what is the cost.

How To Get Rid Of A Cancerous Mole?

How To Get Rid Of A Cancerous Mole   Things to cover in this article – Facts about melanoma/cancerous moles Things you should look for Confirm it with your dermatologist Work with him to find the best removal procedure   Moles are benign overgrowths of skin cells called melanocytes responsible for producing melanin, which gives… Read More »

Can A Mole Be Removed From Skin Without Scarring?

  Moles are benign tumors on the skin resulting from a clustered growth of color producing skin cells called melanocytes. Moles can be of different shapes, sizes and are usually brown or black in color. People consider removing a mole when it’s unsightly, irritates, rubs against clothing or jewelry or shows signs of melanoma.  A majority… Read More »

Type Of Moles That Can Easily Be Removed At Home

Moles are the result of over active melanocytes, wherein they appear as dark spots on the skin. Additionally, the over activity of the sebaceous glands can also lead to the formation of moles.  Moles on the face vary in size, shape and color. Moles on face can be large or small, flat or raised, symmetrical… Read More »

Is Radiosurgery The Best Mole Removal Procedure?

Moles are omnipresent they are seen to arise on every human skin. They could be small, big, round, oval, odd-shaped, brown or black.  Most moles are harmless and generally have an aesthetic appeal. However, it is a major threat when the moles are no longer benign. Speak to a board-certified dermatologist about the right removal… Read More »

Is Shave Mole Removal Procedure Effective?

  Among various mole removal procedures, the one which is widely used is shaving. Shave excision mole removal is a classic and simple procedure that works efficiently to remove moles from your skin. A specialist will use a sharp razor to make a horizontal incision and remove the mole from the skin. Then an electrode… Read More »