Moles / Skin Growths
Moles, freckles, and skin growths are generally benign. However, it is critical to seek medical attention for any mole or freckle that changes color or shape.
Moles and growths can appear anywhere on the body either alone or in groups. While most moles develop during the first twenty years of life, they can appear at any age. It is extremely critical to examine moles that change shape or color.
Skin growths, which include skin tags, lentigines, and seborrheic keratoses, often develop with age and/or weight gain. Both moles and skin growths can be precisely removed with laser or excision, depending on the condition and patient’s choice.