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Mole Removal in New Jersey at South Jersey Skin Care & Laser Center

For some people, a mole can be an identifying feature that's seen as a positive. But for others, a mole can be a nuisance that negatively impacts self-esteem. While some moles are completely harmless, others can be indicative of a more serious health issue that needs to be addressed. These facts stress the importance of a mole removal treatment from our New Jersey dermatology specialists.

Mole Removal

At our practice, mole removal treatment for Philadelphia and New Jersey patients does more than just eliminate imperfections. In many cases, this treatment can preserve overall health. Often, the first sign of a malignant mole is a change in appearance. If any of your moles exhibit one or more of the changes indicated in the acronym below, contact South Jersey Skin Care to schedule a professional evaluation with one of our highly trained physician assistants or our board-certified dermatologist.

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Board-certified Dr. Robin Levin and her team at South Jersey Skin Care & Laser Center provide a comprehensive service offering of clinical and cosmetic dermatology. Learn more about Dr. Levin or request a consultation today!

The ABCs of Mole Removal

  • A stands for asymmetrical. Each half of the mole should match. If an irregular shape is noticed, the mole should be checked by a dermatologist.
  • B stands for border. Unhealthy moles may have borders that look ragged or have an indistinct edge.
  • C stands for color. Melanomas may be red, white, black, or blue in color. Also, if the color of the mole changes, it should be checked by a dermatologist.
  • D stands for diameter. While it is possible for a melanoma to be any size, a mole larger than 1/4 inch should be checked by a dermatologist.
  • E stands for evolving. Any change noticed in a mole should be checked. These changes can include bleeding, itching, or a change in color.

People in the New Jersey area interested in mole removal for health or cosmetic reasons can visit South Jersey Skin Care & Laser Center to see how we can help. Even if we determine that your mole doesn't pose a health risk, we can still talk about mole removal treatment to address your aesthetic concerns.

Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Robin Levin and the team of skin care specialists at South Jersey Skin Care & Laser Center have a vested interest in cosmetic and clinical dermatology. Click here to schedule an appointment, and we will get in touch with you shortly. If you prefer, you may also contact us directly at (856) 810-9888.