Skin tags

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Skin tags

A skin tag is a small excrescence of benign, flesh-colored or sometimes pigmented skin.

It can appear anywhere on the body, but we mainly find skin tags where the skin folds: eyelids, neck, armpits, groin and under the breasts.

During the treatment, the physician examines the skin tags to be removed and then removes them with a small cautery. A pair of tweezers is also used to remove them. The skin tags are treated without burning the healthy skin and leave no scars or depigmentation of the skin.

Since it is often difficult to distinguish a skin tag from a wart, a mole or a melanoma, it is recommended that you consult a physician who will be able to offer you the safest treatment. It is recommended that an experienced physician remove these lesions.

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Before starting a medical aesthetic treatment, it is important to have a consultation in order to openly discuss your goals and expectations. Our team will assess the treatment options, the number of sessions required, as well as the benefits and risks associated with each procedure. Since every single person responds to the treatments differently, all the details on this site, including photos showing our clients’ clinical results are provided for information purposes only and do not constitute a guarantee of the results in any way.

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Frequent question

How much does a treatment for skin tags cost? We offer two formulas including the consultation fee with the physician. A $30 deposit is required when booking your appointment. This amount will be refunded when you come to the clinic.

Option 1 – $100 : 10 minute treatment allowing to get rid of 5 skin tags

Option 2 – $150 : 15 minute treatment allowing to get rid of as many skin tags as possible

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