Nevus and Birthmarks 

Nevus Melanócitico Congénito en la mejilla (lunar)

Nevus Facials

Nevus Melanocítico Congénito Gigante de Tronco

Neves Melanoictic Trunk Giant

Nevus de Jadassohn o Sebáceo en la mejila

Nevus of Jadassohn facial

nevus azul

Blue nevus

Nevus Melanocítico Congénito

Congenital Melanocytic Nevus

Congenital melanocytic nevi

They are birthmarks that can have different sizes and shapes. This nevus are associated with melanoma (low risk), a type of skin cancer, so these lesions have a dual indication for surgery; they have an aesthetic indication and an indication for the risk of melanoma. Depending on the size and location, different surgical techniques can be offered, such as complete resection, sequential partial resections, flaps, use of tissue expanders, use of dermal substitutes, and partial grafts.

Nevus Sebáceos o de Jadassohn en cuero cabelludo

Sebaceous or Jadassohn nevus

It is generally orange or yellowish in color and can be verrucous or with excrescences. It can develop different neoplasms in the nevus so they have the indication to be removed. Depending on the location and size of the nevus the surgical options to plan the resection.

Sebaceous or Jadassohn nevus

Nevus o Lunar con Halo

Nevus with halo

Dysplastic Nevi

It refers to a mole with irregular edges, different shades within the mole, asymmetric and larger than 6mm. It is suggested to remove this type of nevus and send them to a biopsy.

Nevus Blue

Bluish mole of later appearance, after adolescence, characterized by being defined and harder. It has a blue or grayish color due to caratistics because the accumulation of melanocytes is deeper in the dermis. The indication to remove them is aesthetic or when there are changes suggestive of malignancy.

Dysplastic nevus

Epidermal Nevus

Epidermal nevi can present in the context of a syndrome, so they require multidisciplinary evaluation, with a geneticist, a children's dermatologist, among others. One of the treatment options is surgical resection, but it is not the only one and the pros and cons of each one should be evaluated in conjunction with the dermatology team.

Epidermal nevus