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Warts = are benign tumors or skin growths on the top layer of the skin. They cause pain and discomfort and highly contagious. Warts are mainly skinning colored but sometimes darker in color. They have multiple appearances depending on where they grow. Some are rough, some flat and some smooth.

Warts removal can be successfully removed through Electrocautery. This is burning away the warts with a thin, needle-like tool with hot tip. Healing is within 2-3 weeks. So if you find warts on your body, it's best to remove them as soon as possible. Warts can grow and spread fast and can even turn out to be a long-term problem if you do not take care of the warts removal now.

Keloids = are an overgrowth of scar tissue developed under the site of the injury. These scars are color red, pink or dark tan and they are usually thick, rounded, irregular cluster and itchy during formation and growth. Keloids may form at any part of the body although the shoulders, upper back and upper chest are prone to keloid formation.

Treatments include steroid injections and excision. Steriod injections are injected into the keloid once a month. After several injections the keloid becomes less noticeable and flattens in 3 to 6 months. Big keloid scars like earlobe keloids requires surgical excision.

Moles = can appear anywhere on your skin, maybe alone or in groups. They are usually brown, pinkish and black in colors. Moles can also lead to a dangerous health problems if one changes in size, appearance, bleeds, not uniform in color, has ragged edges and very unusual. If the mole is determined to be cancerous, removal is most likely recommended.

Mole removal is a simple procedure that has a little or no recuperation period. Protruding moles are removed for single treatment only through excision (cutting) with sutures for complete and permanent removal. While for flat moles and skin tags, they are removed through electrocautery. It is a procedure that uses heat to burn off the mole touching only the superficial layer of the skin.

The procedure takes 30 minutes and the scab will heal within 1 to 2 weeks. Because moles can cause self-consciousness, embarrassment and discomfort, removal is usually the answer. Removal of moles can lead to smoother, clearer skin as well as reducing skin irritation.