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Facts About Moles

Aug 07, 2009 0 993

Skin moles are so common that just about every person will develop one (or more) sometime in his/her life. Despite this fact, skin moles are among the most difficult skin conditions for modern medicine to properly treat. Before we talk about mole removal, it is important to understand more.
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How To Get Rid Of Moles Types And Natural Removal For Moles Using Tea Tree Oil For Face Mole Removal The Surgery of Mole removal Moles as you know are skin growths that are normally dark in color. Moles are formed when pigment producing skin cells called melanocytes cluster together. They can appear on any part of our bodies and normally start developing in childhood. An adult can have an average of 20-30 moles. Take a look at your moles and you may discover that they have either disappeared, raised, faded or darkened. Hair may also have grown on the moles. Exposure to the sun may darken the moles. Moles are generally benign and do not create any health problems. They are neither irritating, painful or itchy and therefore can be left alone. However, there is still a chance for the moles to develop into cancerous growth. Basically, there are 2 types of moles -- congenital nevi which means moles at birth and dysplastic nevi. Only 1 percent of the population has congenital nevi. Such moles have a higher tendency to develop into malignant melanoma (cancerous growth) than moles that develop after birth. Dysplastic nevi commonly called atypical moles are much larger than common moles and can appear in different shapes and non-homogeneous colours. They are mostly passed down from parents. Anyone with a large number of such moles, sometimes more than 100, carry a higher risk of them becoming cancerous. To be on the safe side, if you happen to have these moles and they have grown into large proportions, ie more than 7 inches for congenital nevi and larger than a button for atypical mole, then it's time to consult a dermatologist for a thorough check up. Many folks want to know how to identify if their moles are cancerous. I will share with you some obvious symptoms/signs to look out for in the moles on your skin. (1) Drastic change in appearance:

Have the moles grown in size, changed colour and shape? Are they beginning to bleed, scale, itch or even hurt? (2) Change in symmetry of moles: If your mole does not look uniform, ie has now become asymmetrical where both halves don't seem to match. (3) Irregular borders/edges: Are they rounded or edgy? Do they have rough, protruding surfaces? (4) Colour of moles: One thing you need to observe is the homogenity of the colour. Healthy moles are homogeneous in colour. (5) Size of moles: As a rule of the thumb, any mole larger than a button is suspicious. Size is a key clue to whether a mole is potentially malignant. You should ask your dermatologist to examine your moles if you realize any of the above abnormalities. What the dermatologist would do is to perform a simple biopsy, ie extract a small tissue sample from the mole and scrutinize it under the microscope or send it for laboratory testing. Mole removal may be necessary if the mole is found to be cancerous. Some patients do also opt to remove the moles even if they are not malignant. They do so either for cosmetic reasons or because the moles are irritating especially for those which come into constant abrasion with clothings or skin folds. Plant medicine is a very vast field and new discoveries are constantly coming to light. CURED's background is in biochemistry specializing in the field of medicinal plants and evidence based natural medicine. This has allowed them to develop specialized and incredibly effective remedies available to health practitioners and the general public with guaranteed results. Medicinal plants deliver profound results to cure a vast array of ailments; recent scientific studies demonstrate this very fact and show just how powerful they can be. The beauty of these naturally occurring extracts is that they not only deliver incredible results to eradicate specific ailments, but do so without undesired side effects. CURED researchers have analyzed hundreds of antimicrobial medicinal plant extracts to verify their capacity to eradicate melanomas and moles. NeviCurative contains a blend of organic plant extracts that have demonstrated the greatest effect against moles, in comprehensive scientific trials, while being well tolerated by skin tissue. NeviCurative has eliminated moles on patients of all ages with symptoms ranging from small individual lesions to more severe occurrences on multiple sites on the body. We are serious about eradicating moles and have made NeviCurative as strong as possible.

The Surgery of Mole removal



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Moles are common skin wounds. They are properly known as melanocytic nevi as they are due to a development of huge cells, melanocytes. If they are brown or black in colour, they may also be known as "Pigmented nevi". Moles are little pigmented places on the skin that may or may not have been present since birth. Moles come in all shapes and sizes, and can be brown, red, black or skin color. Most people have some moles and some people have many moles.
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Congenital Mole Congenital nevi is the type of mole that is provide at delivery. On frequent, about one in a hundred of people is born with more moles. The sizes of these moles can differ from little to huge. Moles that are more than 20 cm large are known asMassive congenital nevi and they often have high chance of cancer malignancy. Giant moles can be treated with mole removal surgery.

Acquired Mole After delivery, a person can still develop moles, and these moles are generally known as acquired moles. People who acquire 50 100 moles may have a greater tendency of creating cancer malignancy than people who less obtained moles.

Atypical Mole These moles are larger than regular moles and they have infrequent shapes and various colors like brown, tan, pink or red. Often larger than pad erasers, atypical moles are also known as "Dysplastic nevi". People who create these precancerous moles have a higher potential for creating cancer malignancy.

Different Treatments of Mole removal Natural Mole Removal

The best substances are often the most natural ones. These substances are affordable and they are also better for your body. However, natural solutions usually need too much time and this is the purpose why natural mole removal products such as dermatend which can eliminate skin mole in a few days became so popular nowadays. The major advantage of natural methods is that they have no side effect. There are many different natural methods of removing Moles.

Honey, flaxseed and flaxseed oil :-Utilize on the mole daily. Cauliflower or Pineapple juice :- Utilize fresh juice on the affected area daily. Castor oil:-The same application as tea tree oil Tea tree oil:-Decrease a few oil on the mole three to four times a day. Mixture of cider vinegar and baking soda:- Utilize on mole few times a day for Mole removal at home.

Mole Removal Surgery Moles can be established in a wide range of locations on the body and as a concept they do not cause any issues. When they do become a danger, however, they need to be taken out so that no further harm can be done by them causing health risks within the body. While some of these treatments are more suitable due to the fact that they do not depart scarring harm, many of them cannot be used if the mole in concern is atypical or if there is a opportunity that it might be cancer. In this situations you can use surgery procedure. Laser Surgery Laser Surgery is one of the options that are available when it comes to eliminating moles on the body. This type of surgery varies from the others in many aspects and the possibilities of scarring damage are less likely to happen. This surgery requires having the patient lie awake while the moles is taken out using a laser instead of a reducing device. The advantages of this type of surgery involve the fact that the would cures within a few weeks and there is little or no scarring damage. Excision with Stitches

An excision with stitches is another way a mole can be surgically removed and this is usually done when the mole needs to be sent in for evaluation. The whole of the mole is removed and this cut can be quite deeply. Once the mole is removed the injure is closed using stitches. When this is done the injure might take a while to cure. Depending on the type of stitches that they use you might need to have them removed after about two several weeks. The injure might also depart a scratch and the size will depend on the size of this injure. When choosing one of these procedure, the person who will be going through one of these procedures should always be conscious of the alternatives that they have when it comes to mole removal procedures. Mole Removal Introduction
Moles, or nevi, are frequently removed for a variety of reasons. They can be removed by two surgical methods: Excision (cutting), with or without stitches Excision with cauterization (a tool is used to burn away the mole) Although laser excision has been tried for moles, it is not usually the method of choice for most deep moles because the laser light doesn't penetrate deeply enough. Typically, the doctor or dermatologist (a skin specialist) may choose excision with or without stitches, depending on the depth of the mole and the type of cosmetic outcome desired. What is a mole? Many people refer to a mole as any dark spot or irregularity in the skin. Doctors use different terms. But the following types of skin marks such as these are not treated the same way moles are and are not discussed here: Birthmarks Abnormal formations of blood vessels (hemangiomas) Keratoses (benign or precancerous spots, which appear after about age 30 years) What causes moles? o Some people are born with moles. Other moles appear over time. o Sun exposure seems to play a role in the development of moles and may even play a role in the development of atypical, or dysplastic, moles. o The role of heredity cannot be underemphasized. Many families have a type of mole known as dysplastic (atypical), which can be associated with a higher frequency of melanoma or skin cancer. Removal by cutting with stitches o Moles removed by excision (cutting) with stitches are usually darker in color or flat moles, or both. o The surgeon maps out the mole and then sterilizes or cleans the area and numbs it. o Then a scalpel is used to cut the mole and a border surrounding the mole. The border size depends on the concern of the surgeon for the mole being removed. If there is concern that the mole could be precancerous or cancerous, a larger border will be removed to ensure that the mole itself is completely excised. o

Depending on the depth of the mole (how deeply the mole penetrates into the skin), stitches are placed either deep (these are absorbed by the body and do not have to be removed) or on the upper surface of the skin (these don't absorb and will be removed later).