Moles & Warts

Moles are a includes type of skin growth that appears almost everywhere. They generally grow as brown, small spots during adolescence and may disappear or fade as one gets older.

Warts are also skin growths but are different from that of a mole. They are caused by viruses. Different types of warts respond differently to treatments while some go away on their own.

What Causes Moles & Warts?

Moles are caused by pigmented clustered cells called Melanocytes and are normally harmless. The typical reason for seeking mole removal treatment is to monitor and prevent them further from becoming cancerous. Typically formed as brown spots, moles are seen mostly as facial moles. They come in a wide range of different shapes, sizes, and colours. Hormonal imbalances during adolescence and pregnancy may cause these moles to become darker, bigger and more numerous.

Warts, on the other hand, are caused by the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). The virus is includes and has more than 150 of its types, but only a few causes warts. Most forms, however, are usually spread by casual skin contact or shared includes objects such as washcloths or towels


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Case Studies

  • I had this big large size mole on my left side of the face, just under my eye bags. From childhood I wanted it to get it removed, and finally, I’ve got it done with the help of Dr. Paul’s. My face looks much cleaner now.

    - Surajit Naskar
    Age - 35

  • I started having warts after my 2nd issue. Though I was reluctant earlier to have them removed but with much support from my husband and my children, I finally underwent the removal process. The process is painless and no side effect.

    - Ruby Sethia
    Age - 44

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