Skin Tags and benign lesion removal
How do I know if its a skin tag?
A small tag of skin that may be squat (sessile) or on a stalk (a peduncle). Skin tags commonly occur on the eyelids, neck, armpits, upper chest, and groin. This tiny benign tumor of the skin usually causes no symptoms unless it is repeatedly irritated as, for example, by a collar.
Do skin tags get bigger?
First, the good news: Skin tags are benign and cause no symptoms. ... Skin tagsare small, usually measured in millimeters, but can grow to a half-inch in length. A skin tag may start to develop without you're even noticing. Once formed, they typically don't get any bigger.
Are skin tags a sign of cancer?
Skin tags are harmless. They're not cancerous and they don't increase the risk of any kind of cancer. Skin tags are usually oval flaps of tissue that hang from the skin on a tiny stalk. They may appear alone or in a group.
- Problems: Skin tags
- Results: Clear skin that is free of lumps and bumps with Radio Frequency or Cautery Treatment
- Solution: Using a radio frequency machine or Cautery treatments it removes the lesion. Whether your're treating skin tags, moles, sun spots or keratosis lesions you are left with a smooth, even finish on the skin after naturally healing.