Moles are benign in nature and come in a variety of colors and shapes. Some are flesh-colored, while others are dark brown, blue, or even red, and they can appear anywhere on the body. At Rejuva Aesthetica, we use cutting-edge technology to expertly treat patients seeking mole removal under the supervision of Dr. Arth Shah, a board-certified plastic surgeon. If you’re considering mole removal in Ahmedabad, a visit to Rejuva Aesthetica will unquestionably put an end to your worries.
Because moles extend below the epidermis, shaving or burning them won’t completely remove them, and they can regrow. Mole removal in Ahmedabad at Rejuva Aesthetica offers permanent results.
Melanocytes, which form pigment in moles, are a collection of pigment-forming cells. Medical professionals refer to it as ‘Melanocytic Naevi.’ Congenital Melanocytic Naevi are moles that appear before the age of six months and last for the rest of one’s life. Some moles, referred to as ‘Acquired Melanocytic Naevi,’ can appear after a year.
Dr. Arth Shah, a renowned Plastic Surgeon by profession, emphasizes his expertise by explaining that moles can be of the following types:
Giant Melanocytic Naevi: Giant Melanocytic Naevi are moles that have been present since birth. They are typically very large, covering a large portion of the body.
Junctional Moles: Junctional Moles are small, flat moles that are commonly referred to in Hindi as ‘Til.’ They have a dark brown color and are small in size.
Compound Moles: Compound moles are a type of mole that is raised, asymptomatic, and dark brown or black in color. Keep in mind that a mole-like this can have hair growing out of it.
Dermal Moles: These are raised, skin-colored moles that are deep.
Blue Moles: As the name implies, blue moles are blue moles.
Red Moles: They’re called ‘Cherry Angiomas,’ but they’re not actually moles. Rather, they are the result of some blood vessels in the affected area growing externally. RFA or CO2 Laser can easily treat these.
Our skilled and one of the best Plastic Surgeons in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Dr. Arth Shah, has always stated that some moles may appear after birth. In general, moles can appear until they are 30-40 years old, after which ‘Junctional Moles’ can vanish on their own.
The appearance of a mole is a genetic trait. As a result, there is no way to stop. Sun protection, on the other hand, can reduce the appearance of new moles and make them less dark.
Dr. Arth Shah, who has a long and successful career in dermatology, says that there are many different types of moles, the majority of which never turn cancerous. When it comes to Indian skin, moles are generally safe to have, with a very low risk of developing into melanoma (Melanocytic cells cancer). Despite this, Dr. Arth Shah advises his patients to see a dermatologist if they notice the following changes:
Because junctional moles are not very deep, they can be removed using RFA or a CO2 laser. Surgery can be used to remove deeper moles.
Certainly not. Dr. Arth Shah, a good and experienced Plastic Surgeon, always advises against attempting this at home or on your own. If you remove them completely, you’ll leave a larger scar on your mole’s surface, which will make it more difficult to treat later.
At Rejuva Aesthetica, you will be introduced to the most effective and safe treatment for mole removal, which will be prescribed after a thorough examination of your condition. Dr. Arth Shah will examine your situation and recommend the appropriate medications and treatments to completely eliminate them.