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Mole or Nevus are non-cancerous, non - Contagious, and Harmless collections of Pigment - Forming cells that grow and appear anywhere on your face, body & Skin alone, or in Groups.
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Moles aren't usually malignant or Cancerous. However, without a biopsy and excision of the skin, the doctor cannot make a definitive diagnosis or rule out skin cancer. Despite the fact that not every mole is dangerous, the high prevalence of melanomas, as well as risk factors and visual signs (such as a change in color or shape), make excision critical.
Most Lipomas don’t need treatment. But Liposuction is the best, safest & most effective treatment for Lipoma.Despite the fact that certain skin and tissue will be removed, the process is usually painless. A local anaesthetic will be injected into the region before the dermatologist removes the mole. While the numbing drug injection may cause some slight discomfort, the surgery itself will not be painful.
Non-cancerous moles can be safely & surgically removed for cosmetic reasons. This would be done by a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon. Obviously, anything that is removed from the skin has the potential to create a scar, but moles are frequently removed for cosmetic reasons without scarring.
Performing a self-examination of moles is a good idea. And the greatest time to examine your own skin and look for moles is right after a bath or shower, in bright light, using a full-length mirror. People should try to do this at least once a month. In terms of what you're looking for, you're looking for any changes in your moles, such as changes in their size, shape, or colour, as well as anything new that arises on the skin or that appears to be out of place with your normal skin.