Pigmented tumors - Skin moles

Skin moles are benign skin lesions that result from the concentrations of melanocytes that produce our skin's natural pigment, melanin.

The number of moles that a person will have in their entire life depends on heredity and environmental factors, such as sun exposure.

However, moles are often an annoying aesthetic problem, especially when found on the face.

In addition, they need special attention because of the chance that they will develop into malignant melanoma, which is the most dangerous skin cancer.

constructive Surgery treats all types of pigmented nevi, depending on their size, location and anatomical features of the area.

Methods used to remove moles include:

  • Plastic resection
  • Cauterization
  • Laser removal
  • Dermabrasion