Skin Tag Removal
A skin tag, medically termed an acrochordon, is a soft, tiny lesion that hangs off the skin. They appear as moles, usually brown or flesh-colored that pop up almost anywhere on a person’s body, either alone or in groups. Skin tags occur in both men and women as they age naturally, and they are most often found in the skin folds of the face, neck, armpits or groin. Many people desire to remove these moles, because not only are they unattractive they irritate skin while shaving and rub against clothes. This is why skin tag removal can be performed quickly at Chameleon Medical Spa
What is Skin Tag Removal?
Skin tag removal is simply the process of removal of the lesion from the skin. The procedure to remove bothersome skin tags varies depending on the doctor that you visit for treatment. By visiting us, you can learn the different removal options. Small skin tags may be removed without the use of anesthetics, but larger ones may be needed in order to minimize discomfort. Skin tags can be removed with special scissors, by burning or by freezing them off the skin.
What to Expect after Skin Tag Removal
Ideally, every procedure is performed without producing any cuts or deep markings. Temporary redness and swelling may occur, as well as minor bleeding. Without having a specialist remove the skin tag, it may result in the need for repeat treatment and failure for the tag to fall off. When performed correctly, skin tag removal will leave the skin uniform in color and smooth to the touch.
Results may vary
Treatment Skin Tag Removal Areas:
It’s Time to Get Rid of Your Skin Tags
There are hundreds of “natural” remedies that can temporarily remove skin tags, but if they are not performed by a professional then the end result can leave your skin disfigured. Removing your own skin tags can result in excessive bleeding, infection and scarring. If you are ready to have skin tag removal, schedule a consultation at Chameleon Medical Spa and learn how we can help preserve the beauty of your natural skin.
*Results may vary and are not guaranteed. Consult with Dr. Albert Boyd or our professional staff to see if you are a good candidate.