Warts Moles are brought about by human papillomavirus (HPV). Generally, these infections cause squamous epithelial cell multiplication and are found in the upper epidermis. At any rate 70 sorts of HPV exist yet a few kinds will in general be progressively normal in certain body regions. Moles around fingernails are generally connected with nail-gnawing or picking and level moles are seen on the face and back of the hands now and again. Filiform (string like) and digitate (finger-like) moles are additionally normal over the face. Genital moles normally happen because of transmission of the infection from contact with an individual conveying the infection. Successful medicines that are accessible for moles incorporate electrocautery or laser removal.