Reading Time: <1 minuteEvery day, many patients come to our clinic hoping to remove moles. Moles can be various things such as age spots, malignant tumors, viral warts, and sebaceous cysts. Sebaceous cysts are the only type of mole that can be diagnosed 100% with the naked eye. Each type has a different treatment and progression after removal. In rare cases, it may be a malignant tumor or precancerous condition. At our clinic, we ask about the date of onset and progression, and perform a detailed examination. We always diagnose with a dermascope, so you can be assured that you will receive treatment. Recently, an elderly patient came to our clinic asking for a mole that had appeared on his nose about six months ago and was gradually getting bigger, and asked us to remove it. It had a slightly irregular shape, so we predicted BCC (basal cell carcinoma) and examined it with a dermascope, and as expected, there was vascular dilation and pigmentation characteristic of BCC. A biopsy was performed to confirm the diagnosis, and the diagnosis was pathological. It was BCC. Some beauty clinics do not even consider the importance of a thorough diagnosis before removal, and the moles are either left untreated, causing problems. Mole removal begins with a consultation. If you are worried or concerned about a mole, please feel free to consult us. We will provide a thorough examination, explanation, and treatment.