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Mole Check: Importance of Regular Skin Exams for Early Detection

Moles are common skin growths that can appear anywhere on the body. While most moles are harmless, changes in size, shape, color, or texture can sometimes indicate skin cancer or other skin conditions. Regular mole checks are essential for early detection and treatment of skin cancer, as well as for maintaining overall skin health. You mustn’t underestimate how important regular mole checks can be to your overall health.

Understanding The Importance of Regular Mole Checks

Skin cancer is incredibly common and dangerous but is also highly treatable when detected early. Regular mole checks allow you to monitor your moles for any changes that may indicate skin cancer or other skin conditions. By identifying suspicious moles early on, you can seek prompt medical attention and receive timely treatment, greatly improving the chances of successful outcomes.

You should check your moles regularly at home, but mole checks with your dermatologist ensure that no signs go unnoticed. When checking moles at home, you should be aware of any changes in:

  • Symmetry
  • Borders
  • Color
  • Diameter
  • Shape

When you have your moles checked regularly, you increase your chances of detecting skin cancer at an early stage. Often, the sooner any irregularities are detected, the easier it is to remove and treat signs of skin cancer. You should also be concerned if you notice a mole cracked or bleeding and visit your dermatologist as soon as possible.

If you let an irregular mole go unchecked, you’re increasing your risk of dealing with skin cancer and letting it spread throughout your body. This can lead to severe complications and make it extremely difficult to get rid of skin cancer fully.

Contact Your Dermatologist Today.

Make sure you have your moles in check. Contact your dermatologist to learn more about regular mole checks and why they’re so important.

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