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Mole Treatment in Chelmsford

Dark, pigmented spots that can appear anywhere on the body and are typically harmless

Common Causes of Mole

Moles on the skin can be caused by a variety of factors, including:

Genetics: People with fair skin and a family history of moles are more likely to develop them.

Sun Exposure: UV rays from the sun can trigger the growth of moles, especially in those with lighter skin.

Hormonal Changes: Pregnancy, puberty, and hormonal medications can stimulate the development of moles.

Age: Moles are more common in adults than children, as they tend to develop over time.

Congenital Nevi: These are moles that are present at birth and are caused by abnormal skin cell growth during fetal development.

Help with Mole

At Charlotte Cole Skincare in Chelmsford, our team of experienced professionals can offer treatments to help with the appearance and management of moles on the skin. Our goal is to provide personalized care and the best results for each individual's needs.

Some of the ways we can help treat moles include:

  • Cryotherapy: This is a quick and effective treatment that involves freezing off the mole using liquid nitrogen.

We also offer post-treatment care to ensure proper healing and follow-up appointments for monitoring any changes. Our team is dedicated to providing the best care and results for our clients' skin health. So, visit us at Charlotte Cole Skincare in Chelmsford to discuss your concerns and find the right treatment plan for you.

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Mole Treatment FAQ’s

Are all moles on the skin dangerous?

No, most moles are harmless and do not pose any health risks. However, it is important to monitor them for any changes that could indicate a potential problem.

How can I tell if a mole is cancerous?

The ABCDE rule can help determine whether a mole should be examined by a doctor. A mole that is asymmetrical, has an irregular border, multiple colors, a diameter larger than 6mm, or evolving in shape or size may require further medical attention.

Can I remove moles at home?

It is not recommended to attempt mole removal at home as it can lead to scarring and potential infection. It is best to consult with a dermatologist or skincare professional for safe and effective removal options.

Will moles grow back after being removed?

In most cases, moles will not grow back after being properly removed. However, there is a chance for residual pigmentation in the area where the mole was removed. Follow-up appointments can ensure proper healing and monitor any changes.