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Mole Removal

Moles on the face, or anywhere on the body, are generally the result of an overgrowth of melanocytes, which are the cells that produce the pigment that gives the skin its color. Most people have moles, and they can be present at birth or develop over time.

The number of moles a person has can be influenced by several factors, including genetics, sun exposure, and hormones.

Some people are born with a tendency to develop more moles than others, while others may develop moles due to sun exposure, particularly if they have fair skin that is prone to sunburn.

While most moles are harmless, some may require medical attention if they change in size, shape, or color or if they bleed, itch, or become painful. It is important to monitor moles regularly and to have any changes evaluated by a dermatologist. Additionally, taking steps to protect the skin from sun exposure can help to reduce the risk of developing new moles and may help to prevent existing moles from changing or becoming cancerous.

Available Solutions: Fotona Laser, C02 Laser

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