How can I help with Private Skin Tag Removal?
If you have a large skin tag or one on a troublesome location, such as the eyelid it may well be worth getting it removed.
I will rid you of your skin tag during quick, local anaesthetic surgery and close your wound with tiny absorbable stitches placed under magnification (exception is peri-anal skin tags which are usually not stitched). As a rule, tags are sent to the lab for checking to reassure you that there is no need for concern.
Find out how I can help
If you’d like to find out more about how I can help with Private Skin Tag Removal then an initial consultation can be arranged at your convenience.
What is Private Skin Tag Removal?
Skin tag removal generally entails using a variety of techniques to remove the growth. If you have a tiny skin tag, seeing an aesthetic surgeon is recommended. I specialize in removing larger tags under local anaesthesia. The process of removing a skin tag is straightforward. The first step is to numb the surrounding region with a local anaesthetic.
What does the treatment for Private Skin Tag Removal involve?
During quick, local anaesthetic surgery, I will remove your skin tag and close your wound with small absorbable stitches placed under magnification (excepting peri-anal skin tags, which are generally not stitched). All of the skin tags that I remove are sent to the laboratory for verification to allay any concerns.
Recovery from Private Skin Tag Removal
This depends on where the wound is but overall, healing is rapid and stitches are soluble (not needing removal).
After surgery, you can expect some discomfort and some minimal bruising. Usually, normal activities can be resumed quickly, depending on where the tag was located.
What you can expect from Private Skin Tag Removal
The surgery usually takes about 30 minutes, depending on the nature of the tag and its location. Healing is rapid from skin stage removal and you can expect excellent results.
The Horndean Clinic
Our friendly team is based in the Horndean Clinic in Waterlooville near Portsmouth, UK. It’s wheelchair accessible and we adhere to current COVID-19 regulations. We look forward to welcoming you to the clinic after you have booked your consultation.
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