Daily Archives December 2, 2014

How to Treat Dysplastic Nevi

Dry skin growth

If you have a high number of unusual moles on your body, chances are that you are concerned about your risk of developing skin cancer and melanoma. Unfortunately, these worries are not unfounded: people with a high number of dysplastic nevi, or unusual moles, may have dysplastic nevus syndrome, an inherited condition that often results in multiple cases of melanoma. However, even if you do not have the syndrome, a high number of atypical nevi means you have an increased risk of developing melanoma, one of the most deadly forms of cancer. This information likely raises a number of questions: how do I prevent melanoma with these conditions? Are there dysplastic nevus treatments I can receive at a dermatologist cl