Skin Tags & Other Lesions

What are Skin Tags?

Skin tags are growths of skin tissue that extend outward from the skin layer. Mostly they can be annoying & look funky, but they are extremely common & harmless.

Acrochordons also known as skin tags tend to grow where there are skin folds, such as the axilla, neck, eyelids, and groin.

The lesions are skin-colored, brown, and even red ovoid growths that are often pedunculated and attached to a fleshy stalk.

Treatment Options

Did you know?
Skin tags won't grow back after removal.

Laser Treatments

Lasers create energy from light which then be focus on the skin tag to perform a very precise cut for removal of the skin tag(s).





Freezing Treatments

Cryotherapy or Liquid Nitrogen applications can take only seconds. Our medical professionals may be required to trim skin around the wart prior to application.

Cryotherapy can be uncomfortable for some people.

Free Consultation
A personalized, one-on-one skin examination
by our medical professionals.
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