Skin Tags, Moles & Lesions

The term ‘skin lesion’ is used to describe a certain part of the skin that has an abnormal growth or appearance in comparison to the skin surrounding it. Common skin lesions are moles, freckles, and skin tags. More often than not, skin lesions are mostly benign, meaning that they are non-cancerous skin conditions.

Moles are growths on the skin that usually appear as brown or black marks. Moles typically can appear anywhere on the skin, either in isolated areas or in groups. Skin tags are another form of skin lesion. A skin tag is a small flap of skin tissue that hangs off the skin by a connecting stalk.

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Moles and skin tags can be problematic for people who have them on their face. This can lead to confidence and self-esteem issues.

Here at Coppergate Clinic, we can recommend a range of non-surgical treatments for skin tags and moles and have the knowledge and resources to help you with any skin lesions you may have.

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