Skip Nav

Mole removal Bloomington IL

Scarless Mole Removal | Skin Lesion Removal

Remove Moles, Skin Tags, Spider veins, and more - scarlessly

Associates In Dermatology in Bloomington-Normal IL can help you with a variety of dermatology practices including, offering mole removal, wart removal, and skin lesion removal. With our large experienced staff, we can ensure that you will be taken care of and have a successful recovery. Thanks to modern mole removal technology, growths, and some facial veins can be removed, resulting in smoother, more attractive skin.

Schedule Mole Removal

Evaluating and Treating Moles

The team at Associates in Dermatology will start with evaluation before proceeding to mole removal. Most adults have between 10 and 40 common moles, which are usually smaller than about 1/4 of an inch. They are typically round or oval, with a smooth surface, a distinct edge, and uniform in color. You should make an appointment if you notice a new mole or notice any of the following changes in a common mole:


For moles, some basic questions to ask your doctor include:


Mole Symptoms

The typical mole is a brown spot, though moles can come in different colors, shapes, and sizes:

Mole Prevention

There are many things you can do to help limit the development of moles and the main complication of moles which is melanoma.

Watch for changes

It's smart to become familiar with the location and pattern of your moles, so you can stay ahead of any complications. Regularly examine your skin to look for changes that may signal melanoma. You can perform your own head-to-toe check, including your scalp, palms and fingernails, armpits, chest, legs, and feet, as well as the soles and the spaces between the toes. Ask your dermatologist about your risk factors for melanoma and whether you need a professional skin exam on a routine basis.

Protect your skin

You can take measures to protect your skin from ultraviolet (UV) radiation, such as from the sun or tanning beds. UV radiation has been linked to increased melanoma risk. And children who haven't been protected from sun exposure tend to develop more moles.