Moles or birth marks, scientifically known as nevi, are clusters of melanocytes [pigmented cells] appear as big or small, dark spots on the skin. They can vary greatly in size and color.
Common skin moles are dark, uniform in color, and often raised above the skin.
Sites - Moles typically appear on the face, arms, legs, and trunk, but can develop anywhere on the body.
Skin moles are harmless, but, in rare cases they can become precancerous, necessitating surgical removal.
Some people do not feel comfortable with moles, they ask for removal for cosmetic reasons.
Please note : any mole which changes it character, starts increasing in size, itching or bleeding should be taken seriously, consult your surgeon at the earliest.
Your mole may now have changed into MELANOMA, which is cancerous condition. Urgent surgery is recommended.