Laser Treatment to Remove Moles

August 21, 2017   1544

Skin cells that create pigmentation create lesions and the dark growth, known as moles, new growths that appear in different sizes ranging from pin-sized to an inch or more in diameter. There are many people who have moles on their body. Out of which, many of them are genetic. Moles that change size and color may lead to any kind of skin diseases or cancer and ought to be removed.Laser Treatment to Remove Moles

A few moles are considered as beauty marks. Whereas, if somebody wants to remove them, there are various methods available. Laser treatment is one of them!


Before removing the mole with laser surgery, the mole is closely analyzed by a dermatologist or specialist. While most moles are kind and do not react to the cosmetic method. Whereas, moles that change in size, shape or appearance, need to experience a biopsy to guarantee there is no cancer development. If the mole is cancerous, the entire mole and the surrounding skin is surgically removed.


The size and shape of a mole is essential, while picking laser treatment to remove it. Laser treatments are the best considered while removing flat moles that don’t get stuck over the surface of the skin. These moles are usually present by birth and are in dark brown or black in color.


The impacts of the intense rays from the laser enters into the top layer of the skin. Bursts of radiation from the laser light vaporize the skin. The underlying skin is left undamaged and there is no bleeding through laser treatment. A few moles require at least 2-3 treatments before they are totally removed.


As cutting is the most favored method for removing moles, evacuating moles, these moles can leave scars and are frequently difficult to perform in sensitive areas, for example, the face and ears. Lasers are effectively situated to target little, hard-to-reach areas, and are more valuable for removing multiple moles at the same time.


Side effects are uncommon after laser mole surgery, however, they can occur. The most common  reaction that we notice after laser treatment is changes in skin color. Dark-skinned people may have lighter areas of new skin development, where the laser was used and fair-skinned people are left with dark skin patches. The unusual skin pigmentation often remains permanently. Other uncommon symptoms include infections and uneven patches of skin.

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