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Mole Removal Surgery

Updated on May 3, 2011

Having a mole on your face , was once known as a symbol of attractiveness in old times. However with the passage of time this symbol of attractiveness is no longer as attractive as before. These days no one likes to see moles on the face or any part of the body. The face is where moles appear and many individuals search for a way to remove them such as Mole Removal Surgery.

Having moles on your skin can also have the risk of getting skin related diseases such as melanoma and must be checked by a doctor regularly. As discussed above, there are many options that you can choose that can remove moles from your body.

A type of mole removal surgery is using laser on the skin. In most cases it is not painful and it is one of the best methods to remove any skin blemishes. This superior laser technology uses laser lights. During this surgery the mole is not removed, the laser shaves off the top center of the mole and removes the contour of the mole together with the pigmentation as well. There is also no need for stitches and a small band aid is placed over the mole. It will take a few weeks to heal and you only need to apply ointment to the surrounding area.

Mole Removal Surgery
Mole Removal Surgery

Depending on how big your mole is, you may need further treatment, always consult with your skin specialist and find out the full costs before making your decision. The number one reason why individuals choose this type of treatment is that it usually does not cause any type of scarring on the skin and it is a very safe procedure.

Mole removal surgery may be expensive depending on where you live, but it is one of the most effective types of treatment available and the benefits are huge. For this treatment you will go under local anesthetic and most people find it not painful at all and wished they had done it sooner. Always consult with your doctor and dermatologist before undergoing any form of mole removal surgery.

If you are interested in some natural alternative methods that may help in removing your moles on your face or body, here are a few tips:

  • Juice a sour apple such as a granny smith and apply the juice on the mole. It should be done 3 - 4 times a day.
  • The juice of a onion is also very effective and a popular natural remedy for moles. Apply the juice to the mole.
  • Combine caster oil and baking soda and make a paste. You can then apply this paste to the mole. This should be done just before you go to bed.
  • You can also try rubbing garlic onto the mole, this should be done when you are at home as you can smell of garlic. Wash your face after a few hours.

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