Wednesday, August 4, 2010


In the past, some people might have used skin moles as a sign of beauty, but in modern times, almost nobody wants to suffer from spots on the face or body. It is very unfortunate that the moles have a nasty habit of appearing in those places just do not want, as in the sensitive skin of the face, and there is much you can do to avoid them.
Other aspects are annoying moles that may rub against clothing and become painful and swollen, on the road while shaving or getting caught in zippers. Moreover, the mole may be small and go unnoticed.

But the most dangerous of these shortcomings is that a mole, carries a risk of developing cancer, melanoma. It can be very difficult to distinguish some types of moles from melanoma and sometimes suffers a mole might miss something important and dangerous to think that is just another mole.

Fortunately for all who suffer mol there are many methods to remove imperfections of their bodies and faces so as not to lose hope and despair. All methods available, from simple creams you can use in the comfort of your own home, at the advanced high-tech laser surgery that can sometimes be very expensive, different methods have their advantages and weaknesses. All methods yield slightly different results at all what the research and find out which of them are best suited for your needs. It does not matter if you want to get rid of a defect due to professional reasons or for reasons of health, the more you know the best option that can be done.
Here are the most common methods used for mole removal today and a brief description of how the procedure is performed, and what risks and costs involved.

Scalpel excision
This is probably the most common and simplest way of removing moles. Can be used in most spots, provided they are not too large and can be removed in a single proceeding. The doctor is to remove the mole and the base with a scalpel after numbing the area by injecting an anesthetic and clean the area with an antibacterial solution. After the stain has been removed from the resulting wound can be stitched with regular stitches, which require a return visit for removal or just bandaged if the base of the stain is small enough. In some cases, the doctor might use dissolving stitches. The mole can be sent to a lab to see if it is necessary for malignancy. This procedure can be performed in an outpatient clinic unless the mole is rare that they are in a sensitive area or an area prone to scarring.

A shaving procedure short distance from the top layer of the mole in a similar way to shaving with a razor. It may be beneficial, as it heals easier and faster than a base excision and requires no stitches at all. As in previous methods the doctor clean and numb the mole before the procedure. This procedure is cost effective. You can leave a little darker skin as the lunar base is remaining on the skin. Another use for "shaving" is to take samples for laboratory from a rapid procedure.

Laser Mole Removal
This procedure is similar to normal scalpel excision, except that it uses a laser to cut instead of a scalpel. The benefits of this method has the lowest risk of infection and scarring. Unfortunately, this method is more expensive than other methods, especially if you have multiple moles to remove.

Home Mole Removal
There are lots of different treatments that you can use at home. They range from very effective noneffective. Treatment methods at home are the most commonly used in small moles.

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