Mole Removal Boulder CO

Find top doctors who perform Mole Removal in Boulder, CO. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Boulder, CO.

Local Businesses

Kuisle, Hans R – Colorado Institute-Aesthetic

(303) 443-2277
2649 Wigwam Pkwy Ste 102
Boulder, CO 80301

Diane Kallgren

(303) 444-8100
3434 47Th Street, Suite 200
Boulder, CO 80301

Lisa Scatena

2400 Spruce Street, Suite 101,Rocky Mountain Dermatology
Boulder, CO 80302

Hans Reiner Kuisle

2525 4Th St Ste 202
Boulder, CO 80304

Alan Carlyle Stormo

2617 Broadway St
Boulder, CO 80304

Lisa H Scatena

(303) 444-0833
2400 Spruce St – Ste 101
Boulder, CO 80302

Boulder Valley Ear Nose Throat

(303) 443-2771
9053 S. Pecos Road Suite 3000
Boulder, CO 80303

Mountain View Dermatology Laser And Vein Center

2995 Baseline Road Suite 102
Boulder, CO 80303

Boulder Plastic Surgery

(303) 443-2277
1707 W Charleston Blvd Ste 190
Boulder, CO 80304

Mountain View Dermatology Laser & Vein Center

3309 W Charleston Blvd
Boulder, CO 80303

Levine, Richard G.

2935 Baseline Rd Ste 201
Boulder, CO 80303

Bluestein Oral & Facial Surgery Pc


Boulder, CO 80301

R Winfield Hartley

(303) 443-2277
2525 4Th St – STE 202
Boulder, CO 80304

Swail Jeffrey T

3201 S Maryland Pkwy Ste 220
Boulder, CO 80304

Goldman Andrew C

2040 W Charleston Boulevard Suite 302
Boulder, CO 80303

Boulder Valley Ear Nose & Throat Associates

4745 Arapahoe Avenue Suite 130
Boulder, CO 80303

Russell, George

1000 Alpine Ave Ste 50
Boulder, CO 80304

Kuisle Hans R Cosmetic Plastic Surgery

2525 4Th Street Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80304

Stephen Ho

(303) 449-0933
3575 Broadway St
Boulder, CO 80304

Levine, Richard G – Mountainview Dermatology

(303) 444-3152
9005 S Pecos Rd Ste 2600
Boulder, CO 80301

Mole Removal FAQ in Boulder, CO

Is melanoma flat or raised?

It usually appears as a round, raised lump on the surface of the skin that is pink, red, brown or black and feels firm to touch. It may develop a crusty surface that bleeds easily. It is usually found on sun-damaged skin on the head and neck.

Do skin moles have roots?

Compound Nevus: Pigmented moles which are protruding out of skin surface and also have deeper roots. Intradermal Nevus: Moles that have deeper roots and have been present for many years. Most of these moles have lost their pigmentation over the years and present as skin colored protruding moles.

How long can you live with a cancerous mole?

Survival for all stages of melanoma almost all people (almost 100%) will survive their melanoma for 1 year or more after they are diagnosed.

How do you prevent moles?

Remove food sources. Moles feed on grubs and insects. Use nontoxic mole repellent. Spray your lawn and mole tunnel entrances with a homemade mixture of three parts castor oil and one part dish soap. Plant a barrier garden. Use ultrasonic repellents. Dig a trench. Use repellent granules.

Can you remove a mole naturally?

Castor oil baking soda mix Mixing castor oil and baking soda together creates an ointment that may remove moles if applied for several weeks. The theory behind this is that the baking soda dries out the mole and the castor oil helps protect the skin.

When should I go to the doctor for a mole?

It’s important to get a new or existing mole checked out if it: changes shape or looks uneven. changes colour, gets darker or has more than 2 colours. starts itching, crusting, flaking or bleeding.

What not to do after mole removal?

Shaving at or near the site. Strenuous activity. Using any skin cleansers, peroxide or other irritants. Prolonged exposure to water. Medications that may cause bleeding.

What percentage of removed moles are cancerous?

A study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology suggests around 7% of suspicious mole removal is cancerous. This number drops when accounting for all moles removed, as most are benign (non-cancerous).

What does a suspicious mole look like?

Border that is irregular: The edges of suspicious moles are ragged, notched or blurred in outline, while healthy moles tend to have more even borders. The pigment of the mole may also spread into the surrounding skin. Color that is uneven: The mole may have various colors present, including black, brown and tan.

What deficiency causes moles?

Avoiding all sunlight exposure if you suffer from light sensitivity, or to reduce the risk of melanoma and other skin cancers, may be associated with Vitamin D deficiency. Individuals avoiding all sun exposure should consider having their serum Vitamin D measured.

When should a mole be removed?

Most moles don’t require treatment. But you might want to have a mole removed if you’re unhappy with how it looks or feels. Talk with your healthcare provider if you’re concerned about a mole. Generally, moles are removed if your provider suspects they might be cancerous or for cosmetic reasons.

Do moles get bigger with age?

New moles appear during childhood and adolescence. As the child grows, the moles will naturally get bigger. It’s also normal for moles on a child’s skin to darken or lighten. Some moles fade away.

How often do shaved moles grow back?

Can a mole grow back after it’s been removed? With every procedure, it’s hard to 100% predict if the removed lesion will grow back — the same goes for moles. Generally, if a mole has been removed completely without any cells left behind, it should not grow back.

Does it hurt to remove a mole with apple cider vinegar?

Note: Although weak, apple cider vinegar is acidic and it may cause skin sensitivity. Using apple cider vinegar to remove a mole also creates a “wound” on your skin, just like a scrape or a cut.

How much is mole removal on face?

The cost of removing a mole without insurance in 2022 ranges between $150 – $400. Removal costs vary based on the size and location of the mole, biopsy cost, if repeated removals are needed, post-operative treatment, and reason for removal. A certified dermatologist will complete the procedure on an outpatient basis.