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It’s estimated by the American Academy of Dermatology that the average person has between 10 and 40 moles somewhere on their body. While the majority of moles are benign, there are some moles that can develop as dangerous signs of skin cancer. Certain risk factors like increased and unprotected sun exposure or a family history of malignant moles and skin cancer can serve as increased risk factors.

If a mole begins to change color or increase in size or if it develops a ring around it, you should have it examined at Kraig Jenson, PC, Dermatology Center soon as possible.

Some moles might be completely benign in nature, but are in a cosmetically unappealing spot on your body. While moles on the face are a common removal options there are other parts of the body that people commonly have moles removed from as well.

At Kraig Jenson, PC, Dermatology Center our highly trained staff can remove questionable or cosmetically unappealing moles with a very minimal amount of scarring.

If you have a questionable mole, or a mole that is located in a visible part of the body that you would like to have removed, please feel free to call Kraig Jenson, PC, Dermatology Center at phone to schedule an appointment. We look forward to helping you find the solution that meets your needs.