I have had a mole on eyebrow removed twice and it grew back. How can I treat permanently? (photos)

i have a mole on my eyebrow , i have them removed twice when i was 11 and 12 , but it kept growing back and growing bigger. should i be concern it kept growing back and growing bigger ? im 24 now and i really want it to removed again but dont want to waste a trip if it will be growing back again. any chance that if i remove them it will be growing again? i also have this mole on top of my head , is it possible to remove them together , will it affect my hair ?

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Mole removal on eyebrow areas

Moles can be removed in two basic ways . One is shave removal and carries risk of regrowth and one is excision with sutures and usually removes entire mole and its cells definitively. Seeing a dermatologist / procedural dermatologist who has training in cosmetic plastic surgery will be very helpful in optimizing your cosmetic outcome while removing the mole in its entirety. 

Mole removal on eyebrow areas

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Moles can be removed in two basic ways . One is shave removal and carries risk of regrowth and one is excision with sutures and usually removes entire mole and its cells definitively. Seeing a dermatologist / procedural dermatologist who has training in cosmetic plastic surgery will be very helpful in optimizing your cosmetic outcome while removing the mole in its entirety. 

Mole

The moles can be removed under local anesthesia. Excision will leave a scar behind, but will remove the mole completely. If you accept the fact that you will have a scar then remove it by excision.

Samir Shureih, MD
Baltimore Plastic Surgeon
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Mole

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The moles can be removed under local anesthesia. Excision will leave a scar behind, but will remove the mole completely. If you accept the fact that you will have a scar then remove it by excision.

Samir Shureih, MD
Baltimore Plastic Surgeon

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