Dermatologists provide answers about skin moles: shape, size, color, texture, bleeding, itching, you name it—everything you want to know about the moles on your skin.

Do you have a question about a mole on your skin? Whom would you rather get your question answered by: a person in a forum who’s not a doctor? Or a dermatologist?

Below are links to articles about moles, featuring dermatologists who were interviewed specifically for these articles.

Can You Tell if a Normal Looking Mole is Melanoma?

Does a Bleeding Mole Always Mean Cancer?

Are Raised Moles More Likely to Become Melanoma than Flat?

When Should You Stop Getting New Moles?

Normal Moles Removed to Prevent Melanoma?

Can Small, Tiny Moles Turn Into Melanoma?

Does a Blue Mole Mean Possible Melanoma?

When an Itching Mole Begins Bothering You

Can a Changing Mole Be Benign or Is It Always Melanoma?

Funny or Strange Looking Mole Worrying You?

Are Purple Moles Normal or Possible Cancer?

What Does Precancerous or Atypical Mole Mean

Lorra Garrick has been covering medical, fitness and cybersecurity topics for many years, having written thousands of articles for print magazines and websites, including as a ghostwriter. She’s also a former ACE-certified personal trainer.  



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