Lesion Removal in Providence, UT

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What is Lesion Removal?

There are quite a few different types of lesions, including skin tags, keratosis, moles, and warts. Skin lesions may be raised and create a bump or can lie beneath the skin's surface and cause a dark spot. While skin lesions are typically harmless and can be left alone, you might choose to have them removed for personal reasons or to alleviate the fear of health concerns, like skin irritation or cancer. At Providence Dermatology in Providence, UT, Dr. Travis James provides lesion removal. There are a number of techniques used for lesion removal, including shaving, laser, and excision. During your consultation, Dr. James will examine your skin condition to determine which technique will most benefit you.

How Does Lesion Removal Work?

Lesion removal is performed onsite using a local anesthetic in our minor procedure room. The technique will be based on the lesion's location, depth, and size. Some lesions can be removed easily with a simple shaving procedure or laser treatment while others may require excision. The procedure technique that is ideal for your skin condition will be determined during your initial consultation. Regardless of the approach, Dr. James will do his best to minimize the presence of scars.

Dr James was fantastic! Did an excision for me and addressed all my concerns. I will definitely go here again for any dermatology needs and would HIGHLY recommend to anyone!

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Lesions of the skin often cause anxiety, as well as irritation. Providence Dermatology in Providence, UT can help restore your appearance with a quick and easy skin lesion removal. Contact our office today to arrange an appointment with Dr. James for more information about lesion removal. During your consultation, Dr. James will speak candidly about your choices to determine if you are an ideal candidate for this process.

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