Skin tags are small accumulations of skin that may have a stalk (a peduncle) and can appear almost anywhere although most commonly on the eyelids, neck, armpits, upper chest, and groin. These can be removed by direct excision or cryosurgery with liquid nitrogen. The treatment of skin tags is considered cosmetic. Please ask your doctor to evaluate and remove your unwanted skin tags.
Sebaceous Hyperplastic is a common disorder of the sebaceous or oil glands in which they become enlarged which appears as yellow, shiny bumps on the face. Your doctor may use Blue Light (PDT) to treat these lesions or he may surgically excise them. The treatment of sebaceous hyperplasia is considered cosmetic. Please ask your doctor to evaluate and remove your unwanted sebaceous hyperplasia lesions.
Seborrheic Keratoses usually appear as a brown, black or pale growths on the face, trunk (chest, abdomen and back), or arms and legs. These growths have a waxy, scaly, slightly elevated appearance and are usually painless but can be removed for cosmetic reasons. Your doctor may use cryosurgery with liquid nitrogen to treat these lesions or he may use an electrocautery to destroy them. Please ask your doctor to evaluate and remove your unwanted seborrheic keratosis.