Benign Skin Lesion Removal

Benign skin lesions include milia (tiny white cysts/bumps on the face), skin tags, cherry angiomas, sun spots or lentigines, sebaceous hyperplasias (large oil glands often on the forehead), dermatosis papulosa nigra (small brown-black facial bumps around the eyes and cheeks), and benign seborrheic keratoses (skin barnacles).

Everyone has these annoying growths – some more than others.  They are removed by freezing, cutting, lasering or burning.  We are happy to discuss the most appropriate, efficient, cosmetically appealing method of treatment.  Cosmetic fees usually apply to these treatments as most insurances do not cover these benign growths.

This cosmetic service may not be offered at all Forefront Dermatology locations. Please call to confirm this service is performed at your preferred location.

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