Benign Skin Lesions
What is a benign skin lesion?
Benign skin lesion is an umbrella term for a range of lumps and bumps including moles, cysts, keratoses, skin tags, calluses, corns and warts.
What are the symptoms of benign skin lesions?
Each makes its own mark on the skin and can be unsightly, itchy or in extreme cases an obstacle to free movement or function.
These are all assessed first by our medical doctor and if deemed possible, will be treated in the office and provide minimal or no scar outcome. As they are done by our registered doctor some of these treatments may be medicare rebatable. Sometimes more than one treatment is required.
Prices from $150
Clinical Skin Clear Skin Tag Removal
This is a specific device using a combination of radio and high frequency currents to dry out and denature cells of lesions being treated. This treatment is ideal for the removal of skin tags, vessels around the nose and seborrheic keratoses.
The technique is simple and effective, does not harm surrounding tissue and is tolerable to clients. Small skin tags or blood spots disappear immediately and hyper-pigmented areas, such as liver or age spots, take only a few seconds to treat.
Minimal discomfort and short healing time, ranging from 2 to 4 days for skin tags, to a couple of weeks for larger skin abnormalities such as telangiectasia, fibromas, cholesterol deposits or pustules.
What we can treat
- Skin Tags
- Spider Naevi
- Cholesterol Deposits
- Milia and Angiomas
- Acne (Dries up Pimples and Pustules) for SGA Treatment
- Fibroma Simplex
- Clogged Pores
- Age Spots