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Benign Lesion Removal

Do you have a pesky spot on your body that you’ve always wanted to eliminate? We can reduce and remove benign lesions such as moles, skin tags, cherry angiomas, and more at SKIN Clinics.

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Benign Lesion Removal is a non-invasive laser therapy that uses specific wavelengths to reduce the size, appearance, and depth of lesions by repairing and regenerating skin cells. We require lesions to be cleared by a physician before your consultation. Once your lesion has been diagnosed as benign, we can remove the spot using the laser.

Benefits of Benign Lesion Removal

+ Removal of unwanted skin abnormalities
+ Promotion of collagen for new skin production
+ Improved blood circulation in treatment area
+ Reduced inflammation


+ Moles
+ Skin tags
+ Benign lesions
+ Cherry angiomas

Benign Lesion Removal

Treatments Needed


Results In

4-12 weeks

Results lasts


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Avoid sunbathing, tanning beds, waxing, chemical peels, or collagen injections for two weeks before the procedure. Avoid perfumes, deodorants, or any potential irritants in the treatment area before and after treatment. Avoid aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, and herbal supplements due to the increased risk of bleeding.

It can be a flat mark on your skin that is a different color than your skin tone (macule or patch) it can be an elevated, pimple-like bump (papule or plaque) or an elevated, solid bump (nodule).

An area of abnormal tissue. A lesion may be benign (not cancer) or malignant (cancer).

The chances of a benign lesion growing back after removal depend on the specific type of lesion. Some lesions, such as seborrheic keratoses, can occasionally recur. However, many benign lesions, once completely removed, do not grow back.

The recovery time varies depending on the size and location of the lesion, as well as the method of removal. In most cases, healing occurs within a few weeks, during which the wound may scab, crust, or form a small scar. Following your post-procedure instructions provided by the dermatologist or skincare professional can help promote proper healing.