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Skin Tags 
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Price and time varies. The first skin irregularity is $50. Each additional is $10. We can eliminate skin tags, cherry angiomas and other common skin imperfections. The procedure is a non-laser that treats skin irregularities using  an electrocautery system  The treatments are quick with little downtime. min of continuous service

Skin Irregularities can be eliminated from face, neck, arms, hands, chest and back.

  • Skin Tags

  • Cherry angiomas

  • Sebaceous Hyperplasias

  • Fibromas

  • Broken Red Capillaries (Telangiectasia)

  • Milia

  • cholesterol Bumps

  • Most Brown Spots

  • Seborhheic Keratosis

  • Cystic Acne, blemishes and blackheads

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Skin Tag (Irregularities) Removal face, neck, arms, hands, chest and back

  • Skin Tags

  • Cherry angiomas

  • Sebaceous Hyperplasias

  • Fibromas

  • Broken Red Capillaries (Telangiectasia)

  • Milia

  • cholesterol Bumps

  • Most Brown Spots

  • Seborhheic Keratosis

  • Cystic Acne, blemishes and blackheads

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Get rid of those pesky skin tags, cherry angiomas and other common skin imperfections. The procedure is a non-laser that treats skin irregularities using  an electrocautery system  The treatments are quick with little downtime. 

Skin tags are common and completely benign flesh overgrowths of the skin. They occur more frequently in areas of friction such as the neck and around the eyes.  They are also commonly found in the underarms, under the breast, and inner thighs.  While not dangerous at all, they are often uncomfortable and aesthetically unappealing. 

Out of caution if we found that a skin tag is questionable we will suggest you see a dermatologist before removal. 

We remove skin tags with mild electrocautery.  Electrocautery is a fast, affordable, non-surgical method of skin tag removal.  topical anesthetic is used to numb the treatment area and treatment time varies depending on how many skin tags there are.  Your skin tag will be removed with cautery, causing the skin tag to fall off while simultaneously sealing the area of treatment to prevent infection and bleeding.  The skin tag is replaced with a small scab, and skin will typically heal in one week.  

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Milia

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Skin Tag

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Sebaceous Hyperplasia

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Cherry Angioma

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Flat Hyperpigmentation

CANDIDATES

 

  • Sun Spots/Age Spots/Most Brown Spots: Small pigmented spot

  • Skin Tags: Small benign growth. With gentle tapping to dehydrate the tag which will shed in 7-10 days. 

  • SeborrHeic Keratosis: None cancerous raised skin growth in various colors (tan-black) 

  • Capillaries (Telangiectasia): Small dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin can easily be treated

  • Cherry Angiomas: Made up of cluster of capillaries forming a small round dome.  

  • Milia:  Keratin filled pore that appears under the epidermis. Resembles  small hard pearl. 

  • Cholesterol Bumps: Yellowish fatty material that accumulates under the skin. Found on eyelids and under the eyes. 

  • Seborrheic Keratosis: Common benign condition of the sebaceous gland in adults of middle age or older.  Looks like a small papule with an indent in the middle. Usually on nose, cheeks, and forehead. 

Post Procedure Care

Should you choose to wear makeup to cover any discolorations or scabbing, please proceed with caution, wait until 24 hours post procedure and be careful as to not disrupt the scab.  Please do not pick or touch the treated area and allow the scab to fall off naturally.  We ask that you wash with tepid water and a mild cleanser twice a day and adhere to the following instructions.

 

  1.  After washing pat the area dry taking care not to disturb the scab. ​

  2. ​Being careful not to agitate the scab(s), apply a thin layer of Aquaphore or Vaseline. 

  3. Bandages are not necessary.  Once a scab has formed, the Aquaphore/Vaseline seals the skin and keeps the area moist so that it will heal quicker. 

  4. Once the scab falls off, it is normal for the skin underneath to remain pink for several more weeks .

  5. Once the scab is gone Aquaphor/Vaseline is no longer needed. Instead use a hydrating moisturizer and SPF. 

 

We cannot treat anyone with cancer, lupus, pacemaker, pregnant, breastfeeding or anyone who has been using Accutane for the past year. 

Skin Tag Removal

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