MOLE & SCARS
Moles, are so common that most adults have at least a few. While some moles can be a sign of skin cancer, they are rarely a cause for concern. Even though moles are common and often harmless, many people still want to get them removed because they find their moles unattractive. In cases where moles are cancerous, removal is essential. Removing moles can cause a scar, however. Individuals considering mole removal should consult with their doctor and discuss the potential for scarring before having the procedure. In many cases, depending on the size of the mole and the technique the healthcare professional uses to remove it, scarring is minimal.
How long will it take to heal?

The time it takes for a mole removal scar to heal depends, in part, on the procedure the healthcare professional used. The different methods for removing moles include:

*All visual for illustration purpose only.
*All visual for illustration purpose only.
*All visual for illustration purpose only.
*All visual for illustration purpose only.
After the mole removal, there are three phases to the process of scar healing:
Doctors typically remove the stitches from a surgical mole removal within 1–2 weeks after a procedure. The entire recovery period for surgical removal of moles is typically around 4 weeks. On average, the body will continue to work on reshaping a scar for at least 1 year.
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