WEST OMAHA SKIN TAG REMOVAL & BENIGN GROWTHS
There are many age-related changes that can affect the skin, including fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. Many people don’t realize that skin tags and moles are also related to the aging process. As you age, you might notice these benign growths popping up in various areas around the face and body.
While these growths are usually harmless, many people find them unsightly and want them removed. At MOD Dermatology in West Omaha, we offer skin tag removal and benign growth treatments for various types of concerns.
Types of Benign Growths
Here are just a few of the benign growths that can be treated by our providers:
Seborrheic keratoses are benign growths that are often brown in shade. Some can appear either white or black. These growths are typically found on the chest, back, neck, or head. While they are not harmful, they can become painful if located in sensitive areas of the body. MOD Dermatology offers West Omaha seborrheic keratosis treatment that is both effective and personalized.
Also known as a liver spot or sunspot, a solar lentigo is a type of benign growth that develops with excessive UV exposure. They often appear as darkened patches of skin on the face, arms, back, or chest. Our providers can improve the appearance of solar lentigines with topical creams, cryotherapy, or non-invasive laser treatments.
We offer the West Omaha community cherry angioma treatment, helping people achieve healthier, clearer skin. Cherry angiomas are small red or pink bumps that develop on the torso and limbs with age. They very rarely appear on the face, head, or neck. Cherry angiomas can be removed or treated with a targeted laser.
Skin tags are soft growths that can develop anywhere on the body. While many skin tags fall off on their own over time, some remain on the skin and lead to aesthetic concerns. Skin tags can be removed in several ways, including cryotherapy or ligation.
Benign Growth Removal in West Omaha
Do you need skin tag removal in West Omaha? Are you struggling with skin tags or other benign growths? Contact MOD Dermatology of West Omaha to schedule a consultation with Dr. Ortleb or Dr. Rensch today!