Benign Moles
& Skin Lesions

Get these and other concerning marks evaluated at NicholsMD.

Moles Are Common

Most people have between 10 and 40 moles on their body ,and most times benign (non-cancerous). Moles, raised or flat, are areas of pigmented skin that are black or brown. Most moles are harmless and do not require treatment, but a person may want to remove a mole for personal or cosmetic reasons. When moles are surgically removed, they normally do not return.

Other Lesions

Besides moles, there are a number of common benign skin lesions that many clients may want evaluated. These include epidermal cysts, flesh-colored bumps around the eyes (known as sebaceous hyperplasia or syringomas), shiny red bumps on the face and body (known as cherry angiomas), and firm brown bumps on the legs and arms (known as dermatofibromas). These may be removed for cosmetic reasons.

To have your benign moles and skin lesions evaluated, and to discuss possible options for removal, schedule a consultation with NicholsMD of Greenwich today.

A typical course of action may consist of a combination of different therapies, including:

Evluation

Dr. Kim Nichols will evaluate your skin to determine the best course of action.

Removal

Some patients prefer to have their moles removed for cosmetic reasons.

Skilled treatments. Real results.

Before

50-year-old female before Fraxel Dual Laser treatments. Client was most concerned about deep lines around her mouth, eyes and etched-in wrinkles on her forehead as well as brown spots and sun damage on her cheeks and nose.

After

Same 50-year-old female after a series of 3 Fraxel Dual treatments, 4 weeks apart.  The texture and tone of her skin has greatly improved with tightened facial skin and smaller pores.  Notice the deep lines are now smooth and sun spots and previous sun damage have diminished.