Benign Skin LesionsMoles, skin tags, hemangiomas, and warts
Benign moles, freckles, skin tags, seborrheic keratosis, warts, and cherry angiomas are skin lesions that occur very commonly and are usually non-harmful. Moles are caused when cells called melanocytes, responsible for the pigment in skin, grow in clusters, instead of in a disbursed patten. If you are unhappy with the appearance of your moles or skin lesions, laser treatments are available.
Warts are small rough tumors caused by the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Warts are spread through contact with the infected areas and can be passed through towel sharing. Warts can form anywhere on the body. Warts can last anywhere from a few months to many years. There are many treatment options for warts, including over-the-counter oral and topical treatments, prescriptions, and in-office wart removal procedures and laser treatments.
Hemangiomas are a clump of improperly grown large blood vessels that typically show shortly after birth. They grow quickly during the first months following birth and commonly disappear or lighten with age.
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