Reading Time: <1 minuteInsurance is applicable for the removal of moles that are not for cosmetic purposes. Moles are a common name, and in a broad sense, they include the form of skin tumors. The same goes for warts. Generally, moles are pigmented nevi or nevus cell nevi, and warts are common warts, a viral disease. A specialist's diagnosis is not just visual inspection, but also using a diagnostic device called a dermascope to accurately diagnose whether the mole is benign or malignant, and then considers the removal method and progress and explains it to the patient. If malignancy is suspected, in principle, removal is performed by biopsy or excision and pathological diagnosis is made. In this case, the cost of the excision surgery and the cost of the pathological diagnosis are all eligible for insurance and medical expense deduction. Unfortunately, insurance does not apply if a mole on the face is simply removed for cosmetic purposes. However, nevus cell nevi are benign tumors and may be eligible for medical expense deduction. In principle, moles on the body are not for cosmetic purposes but are removed as benign tumors as a disease, so they are eligible for insurance and medical expense deduction. We will provide you with an estimate, so please feel free to contact us. If complete removal by excision method is not possible, moles and warts may recur. The chances of this happening are about 30%. Moles that are not raised and have a dark pigmentation are especially likely to recur because the pigment is located deep in the dermis. At our clinic, we carefully examine and diagnose each mole before removing it. We use a treatment method that is believed to leave the least amount of scarring and provide careful removal and care. We find many cases of precancerous conditions such as actinic keratosis and basal cell carcinoma every year. Many of our patients have been diagnosed with moles at other medical institutions, so if we have even the slightest suspicion, we always perform a pathology test. Of course, all examination and treatment costs are covered by insurance and are eligible for medical expense deductions.