Did a new mole appear? Do you have a mole that you would like to remove? Over the years, the appearance of new moles is normal, however it can cause discomfort if it is in an area that bothers us.
What are moles?
Moles are small brown, black, and red dots that arise from the accumulation of pigmented cells in the skin. Moles are normally harmless, however in some cases they can be cancerous.
One indicator is if the mole changes, is asymmetrical, or is very large and has grown very quickly (more than 6 mm wide). For this reason, it is important to control its development and go to a medical specialist to evaluate the mole.
Why do I have new moles?
Moles appear when there is an accumulation of melanin (pigmented cells) in the skin. Over time it is normal for them to appear in different areas of the body.
Types of moles
Moles vary in color, size. volume and shape. Remember that the best way to find out what type of mole you have is with an evaluation by a doctor. The most common harmless moles are:
- Flat moles are uniform and smooth brown or black in color.
- Raised moles are moles that have the characteristic of having a small bump protruding from the surface of the skin, also known as flesh moles. In some cases, moles have small blood vessels inside that give them a red color, these are known as blood moles.
How to remove a flesh or blood mole?
The mole, depending on the area in which it is located, can cause discomfort, which is why there are extraction treatments. To eliminate them, it is always necessary for a doctor to determine if they can be removed or not.
What does our mole removal treatment consist of?
The first step is to examine the mole to find out the possibility of extraction. Once evaluated, infiltrative local anesthesia is performed, the extraction is performed and a suture is performed.
Benefits of our mole removal treatment
The main benefit of the treatment is the removal of the flesh mole.
Duration of the results of the treatment to remove moles
The results of the treatment to remove moles are permanent, since the mole is permanently removed.