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Skin tag removal - Aarish - Skin, Laser & Cosmetology Clinic

Unwanted growth or Warts are irregular, dirty looking growths which can occur on any part of the skin. Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and are very common in children as well as adults. The lesions are contagious.

Treatment FAQs:

How to treat warts?

Radiofrequency, assisted removal is a single session, one-time solution to getting rid of the viral wart for good.

What are Moles?

Moles are small dark patches on the skin that form due to collections of pigment cells. They are generally harmless unless you experience a sudden increase in size, shape or number or bleeding in the mole.

What are skin tags?

They are small, flesh-colored or brown growths that hang off the skin and look a bit like warts. They are very common and harmless and are essentially just extensions of your normal skin. They are commonly seen over your neck, underarm, inner thighs etc. and may become irritated from rubbing by clothing or other materials; otherwise they are painless and inert.

How are these growths removed?

These growths are excised using radiofrequency which is a very versatile minor dramaturgical procedure for removing warts, moles and skin tags. It is highly effective in cutting of the skin lesions with adequate hemostasis at the same time.

What is Xanthelasma?

It is a sharply demarcated yellowish deposit of fat underneath the skin, usually on or around the eyelids. While they are neither harmful nor painful, these minor growths may be disfiguring and can be removed. They may signify underlying increased cholesterol levels in the blood.

Is it safe? What is the downtime?

It is simple and safe. As hemostasis occurs simultaneously, the time required for the surgery, and adverse effects minimal. After the growth has been removed, a raw lesion is left behind which heals like any other burn injury. In about 4-5 days new normal skin forms over the area without any trace of the previously existing growth!

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