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I have three big moles on my face. Is there any treatment to remove ?

I have three big moles on my face .So one of my relative suggested to remove them as they dont look good.I referred a local doctor in my city.He told that the mole can be removed by laser treatment but there are chances of getting a scar on my face.This scared me and i am giving a second thought for this kind of treatment.My query is that,is their no such treatment by which the moles on my face can be removed without a scar on my face?
Asked On : Mon, 3 Jan 2011
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum,
moles can be effectively removed with help of lasers.And there is no scar left after the laser,but this depends upon which laser one is going for.Try avoid a conventional co2 laser.An Er:yag laser would be the best .Some doctors also use radio frequency devise for the same ,even that is good if you are getting it done by an expert.If you want to know more about moles & see some pics ,you can log on to
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Answered: Tue, 4 Jan 2011
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