Should I remove my mole at home?
Moles usually develop at childhood, but can keep developing until the age of 40. Most adults have anywhere between 10 to 40 moles on their bodies. Some patients decide to remove their mole because of the pain and discomfort it can cause in their everyday life. Other patients decide to remove their mole for cosmetic reasons. Whatever your reason may be, you deserve a mole removal treatment that is safe, effective, and scar-less. So, what treatment is that?
There has been a lot of controversy in the past as to how one should remove their mole. Removing moles at home can be dangerous. At home treatments can often lead to infections and severe scarring or may not be effective at all. There are several home remedies and treatment options that can be found online. These popular treatments can range from burning the mole off with apple cider vinegar or cutting off the mole with scissors or a razor blade. There are even mole removal creams that can be found at pharmacies. These treatments can be tempting because they sound easy and convenient. However, it is important to note that most of these methods aren’t proven to be effective nor safe. Removing your mole at home can also be dangerous due to the fact that you don’t know if your mole is cancerous or not. A mole can turn into melanoma. If it is left untreated, it can spread throughout the body. Each mole is different in size, shape, and location. Hence, each mole should be treated individually and with the highest care.
Mole removal treatments should always be performed by a board- certified surgeon. At Mole Removal Los Angeles, our surgeon’s first and foremost priority will always remain the health and safety of patients. As our patient you will always be given an in-depth examination to rule out cancer before mole removal treatments begin. Our clinic is devoted to make mole removal a safe, effective, and scar-less procedure. We use the most advanced medical technology and skincare to treat our patients. The appearance of scarring from treatment is virtually invisible. Choose safety over convenience and come visit one of our board- certified surgeons today.