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What are Moles?
Moles are extremely common growths or skin blemishes, that appear on the skin’s surface. Generally, they appear in a circular shape in a reddish, brown, or somewhat black color – they can also be slightly raised or flushed to the skin’s surface.
Sometimes called beauty marks, moles can be benign or malignant, growths that can be a sign of skin cancer, appearing at almost any spot on the body.
Malignant Versus Benign
Most moles are benign and harmless, however in some cases they can be malignant and a sign of cancer – however, these are very rare. In the event your mole might be a cause for concern, the team at Aesthetic Solutions will recommend and refer you to a dermatologist for further investigation and testing.
Moles generally come about as a result of two main reasons: genetics or sun exposure, especially common during childhood. Moles are similar to freckles in that they are pigmented spots on the skin’s surface where excess melanin is deposited. Commonly, moles will appear on those individuals with light, fare complexions who have been exposed to the sun.
Other Moles Removal Methods
At Aesthetic Solutions, we recommend using the Plasma Pen for mole removal, however there are other common options that are used. Some methods for mole removal are:
- Cryotherapy: Freezing off the mole or wart and the area surrounding using liquid nitrogen. Only possible for some moles and used mostly on other types of growths.
- Excision Surgery: Removal using a scalpel or surgical knife.
- Laser resurfacing: Some moles or growths can be removed using a high heat laser.
Plasma Pen Mole Removal
Using the Plasma Pen is the most effective and highly efficient means of removing any type of mole or growth on any area of the body! No matter how large or small it might be, the revolutionary Plasma Pen will be able to use its high-tech electrical energy tip to completely remove and resurface the mole using a process known as electrosurgery to burn it off.
The Plasma Pen will send electrical energy and heat to the mole, and essentially burn it off the skin, creating an area of targeted skin cell trauma. At that point, this stimulates the skin’s fibroblast cells and the production of excess collagen and new skin cells to take its place. Once that happens, new, fresh skin cells will take the place of the formerly unwanted mole.
For more information on mole removal, or to schedule a consultation, be sure to contact Aesthetic Solutions today.