Skin Tag Removal
Skin Tags can be small or large and look like cysts. The removal procedure is not painful and the results speak for themselves as the skin tag has completely gone and not requiring any stitches.
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What does this involve?
Skin Tags can be removed by cauterising the base of the tag where the tiny blood vessels are this is done using a tiny needle that is not inserted into the skin but merely flicks at the base of skin tag removing it quite quickly. The procedure is not painful and the results speak for themselves as the skin tag has completely gone and not requiring any stitches.
Is this right for me?
Skin Tags can be small or large and look like cysts. Skin Tags can become quite troublesome if they are rubbing on clothing making them sore and causing bleeding, depending where they are they can also be quite embarrassing. They can grow on the face, eyelids, underarms and breast and groin area. They are very irritating for patients, becoming sore and catching and rub against clothing. This procedure is right for anybody that wants to rid themselves of these sometimes uncomfortably skin lesions that can look very unsightly.
What is the recovery like?
The recovery period is minimal with a little swelling with only larger skin tags, however cold compression is all that is required.
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