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started by Robert Waters on 08 Aug 12
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    Quick methods for getting eliminate moles

    Previously others may have used most individuals as a manifestation of beauty, but in modern times almost no one really wants to are afflicted by moles on their own faces or bodies. It's very unfortunate that moles have a bad habit of showing up exactly in those places we don't would like them to, for example on the sensitive skin from the face, there isn't much that can be done to prevent them.

    Other annoying aspects about moles are that they'll rub against clothing and be painful and inflamed, obstruct during shaving or get caught in zippers. On the other hand the mole could be small and go unnoticed.

    But the truly dangerous thing about these blemishes is the fact that a mole carries a chance of developing into cancer, a melanoma. It may be very difficult to distinguish some types of moles from melanomas and often a mole sufferer might overlook something important and dangerous convinced that it is only another mole.

    Luckily for all mole sufferers there are many methods of removing blemishes using their bodies and faces so do not despair and lose hope. All of the available methods, from simple creams that you can use yourself within the convenience of your own home, to advanced hi tech laser surgery that can sometimes be very pricey, various different methods get their benefits and weaknesses. All methods yields slightly different results so research them all and discover which of them are most suitable for use on your needs. It doesn't really matter if you wish to get rid of a blemish because of career reasons or health reasons, the more you know the greater choice you may make.

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    Here are the most typical methods which are used for mole removal today and a short description of how the procedure is done, and what risks and charges are participating.

    Scalpel Excision
    This might be the most common and easiest method of removing moles. It can be used on most moles once they are not too big and can be removed in a single procedure. It consists of a doctor taking out the mole and base with a scalpel after numbing the area by injecting an anesthetic and washing the area with a antibacterial solution. Following the blemish has been removed the resulting wound might be stitched with regular stitches, which need a return visit for removal, or simply bandaged when the base of the blemish is small enough. In some cases the doctor would use dissolving stitches. The mole may be sent to a lab if required to check for malignancy. This process can be carried out in a outpatient clinic unless the mole is uncommon or situated in a sensitive area or an area vulnerable to scarring.

    Shaving
    A shaving procedure cuts away the top layer from the mole similarly to shaving having a razor. It can be beneficial since it heals quicker and easier than the usual base excision as well as no stitches at all. As in the methods above the doctor will clean and numb the mole prior to the procedure. This procedure is cost effective. It may leave some darker skin since the base of the mole is still remaining in your skin. Another use for "shaving" is to take samples for that lab since its a quick procedure.

    Laser Mole Removal
    This process is comparable to normal scalpel excision except that a laser is used to cut instead of a scalpel. The benefits of this method is it has the lowest risk of infection and scarring. Unfortunately this method is more expensive compared to other methods, particularly if you have multiple moles to get rid of.

    Home Mole Removal
    There are lots of different treatments you should use at home. They vary from very effective to noneffective. The home treatment methods are best used on smaller moles.

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