Moles are generally small, dark brown spots that appear on skin. They are usually caused by the clusters of pigmented cells. Moles usually appear during childhood and adolescence. Most people have 10 to 40 moles that might change shape or totally diminish throughout time
Most moles are harmless, and rarely become cancerogenic. The follow-up of the moles and the other pigmented spots is a significant step in diagnosing skin cancer –especially malign melanoma.
Moles are generally harmless. They might have hairs, be elevated (above the skin), or wrinkled. You need to see a Dermatologist in case of any change in the color or the size of your moles, or itching, pain, bleeding, or infection. Your Dermatologist can define your moles examining your skin.