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Chloe has extensive training in dermatology allowing her to treat unwanted skin lesions such as age spots, skin tags, cherry angiomas, and milia. During your visit, Chloe will evaluate your areas of concern and determine if cosmetic removal is appropriate. Chloe utilizes a technique called electrodessication and curettage to eliminate non-cancerous growths. During this treatment, an electric current is used to cauterize the lesion followed by a light scraping of the area to remove the unwanted spot. For larger skin lesions, a local anesthetic may be used to numb the area. This method is particularly advantageous for its precision, minimal scarring, and quick recovery time. Patients appreciate the simplicity and efficiency of electrodessication and curettage for benign skin lesion removal, leaving them with smoother, blemish-free skin. 

Seborrheic Keratoses

Seborrheic keratoses are commonly referred to as “age spots” or “liver spots” and are non-cancerous, wart-like skin growths that vary in color from tan to dark brown. Larger lesions have a waxy, stuck-on appearance, but smaller lesions can be smooth and flat. They are benign but may be removed if desired for cosmetic reasons or if they cause irritation.

Skin Tags

Skin tags, also known as acrochordons, are benign, soft growths of skin that often appear as small, flesh-colored or slightly darker protrusions, commonly occurring in areas of friction on the body. Skin tags can be easily removed for cosmetic reasons through a simple procedure known as snip removal to achieve smoother skin.

Cherry Angiomas

Cherry angiomas are common benign skin growths characterized by small, red to purple, cherry-like bumps on the skin's surface. These spots are harmless but may be removed for cosmetic reasons or if they become bothersome.

Sebaceous Hyperplasia

Sebaceous hyperplasia are common, benign skin lesions characterized by enlarged oil glands, usually appearing as small, yellowish or flesh-colored bumps on the face, particularly in adults, and typically requiring treatment only for cosmetic concerns.


Milia are small, white or yellowish cysts that commonly appear as tiny bumps on the skin's surface, arising from trapped keratin, and are typically harmless. Cosmetic treatment of milia can include the use of topical retinoids or extraction. Milia extraction is a dermatological procedure involving the careful removal of the small cyst using a sterile needle or a comedone extractor for cosmetic improvement.

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