Mole and Skin Tag Removal

Skin growth are the benign skin tumors that do not turn cancerous.

Examples are skin tags, seborrheic keratosis, moles, milia (oil seeds) and syringoma (usually around the eyes).

These are removed surgically with electrosurgery or laser.

These procedures remove the lesion precisely without causing damage to the surrounding tissue. Crust will be formed on the skin that peels off naturally after a few days.

Compared to traditional surgery, this is less pain, no bleeding, quicker in recovery and less chance of scar forming.