Benign lesions are non-cancerous, whereas a malignant lesion is cancerous, skin growths that may appear flat, small, enlarged, pigmented, or have other characteristics. These benign lesions include lentigines, seborrheic keratoses, DPNs, and skin tags. We can remove the most common benign skin lesions with one of the many different techniques we offer. The removal treatment is quick, sutureless, and has a rapid healing time. These treatments are for all ethnic skin types to give patients optimal results.
Treatments for removal depend on the type of skin lesion. Options include laser excision, cryotherapy, or simple scissor excision. The treated lesion will be swollen and red for a few days after treatment. Lesionstend to get darker and will eventually flake off in about 1-2 weeks. No anesthetic is needed, there is minimaldowntime, and 15 to 30 minutes is all that is needed for removal. Multiple treatments may be required for certain lesions. Avoid sun exposure to prevent post inflammatory pigmentation.
Anyone who has unsightly benign lesions is a candidate for this treatment
The benign skin lesions removal procedure takes 15 minutes to 1 hour,
depending if the lesions need to be numbed and removed.
The recovery is minimal, and most patients return to their routine on the same day of treatment.
Yes. You may be left with a small scar after the treatment. However, we take measures to avoid this. We recommend using Vaseline or Aquaphor for the first few days to aid in quicker healing.
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