I have a mole in my left eye (in the conjunctiva) it is brownish and sort of cloudy. I went to an opthalmologist and he told me it was benign, however I'd like to have it removed, and this doctor told me he could do it, no problem. I want to know if there are any dangers in doing this and i if a visible scar will be left.
Hi I have a mole in my left eye and it's really makes my life miserable. Because kids at school make fun of me thats why I cover it with my bangs everyday. Please help me give me information on what can I do to get it removed please help I sure appreciate it<3
Hey wonder if you have remove the brown mole you have stated.
And what is like the process like how the recovering process and will it have a scar or recuring back after the surgery. As there is not much information on mole on eyes. As i have mole on my eye and it is growing bigger and darker and decided to remove it.
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