We have a full range of treatment options to rid your bump. Whether Cortisone shot or CryoProbe, we have you covered.
When you come in for your free consult, a member of our medical team will assess your desired treatment area. They will then suggest the best route or treatment to reach your goals. Treatment can be done same day in as little as 30 minutes.
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Cortisone Shot (Single) | $45
Cortisone (kenalog) shot to instantly reduce the inflammation of a cystic acne pimple or ingrown hair. Treatment for one area.
Cortisone Shot (2-5 Spots) | $75
Cortisone (kenalog) shot to instantly reduce the inflammation of a cystic acne pimple or ingrown hair. Treatment for 2 to 5 areas/spots.
Cortisone Shot (6-10 spots) | $95
Cortisone (kenalog) shot to instantly reduce the inflammation of a cystic acne pimple or ingrown hair. Treatment for 6 to 10 areas/spots.
CryoProbe (Single) | $95
Cryo blast shot to instantly reduce a skin tag or other unwanted (non cancerous) skin spot.
CryoProbe (2-5 Areas) | $175
Cryo blast shot to instantly reduce a skin tag or other unwanted (non cancerous) skin spot.Treatment for 2-5 areas.
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We can generally treat: Skin Tags, Cherry Angiomas, Fibromas, Keratosis, Cholesterol Deposits, Calcium Bumps, Broken Capillaries, Milia & more.
The treated area will look different in color, so you will want to plan on using tinted moisturizer or a bandaid to cover the treated area.
We ask that you refrain from picking, peeling or pulling the area of treatment, to let it heal on its own. Within a few weeks, the skin will heal and the treated area will return to normal skin quality.
Treatment time takes approximately 10 to 30 minutes.
During the free consultation, the treatment specialist will evaluate the area to be treated and make absolutely certain that the area can be treated safely. In most cases, skin growths are non-cancerous and can be safely removed. Any questionable treatment area will be referred out for alternative care.
Yes! Once a skin growth has been treated it generally never returns. However, if your skin is prone to these types of growths, new ones may still appear elsewhere on your face and body.
Skin growths are accumulations of a variety cells that look different than the surrounding skin tissue. They may be flat or raised and range in color from dark brown or black to flesh-colored or red. Some skin kin growths may be present at birth or could develop later in life
Skin tags are soft, small, harmless, flesh-colored or slightly darker skin growths that are most commonly found on the neck, the armpits, or the trunk.They may appear elsewhere on the body, as well. The cause is unknown, but they commonly appear after middle age. They begin as small fleshy brown spots and may grow on a small stalk or stem.
Skin tags never turn into skin cancer. The tendency to develop skin tags appear to be inherited (genetic). Some women also develop skin tags during pregnancy. Usually, skin tags cause not problematic, but they may be unattractive, and clothing or skin may rub and irritate them so that they bleed or hurt.
A skin tag can be removed if it becomes irritated, bleeds, or causes embarrassment.
Cherry angiomas (ruby spots) are harmless clusters of dilated tiny blood vessels (capillaries) that become more common after age 30. The cause is unknown.
Bright, cherry red, smooth spots appear most often on the trunk and upper legs but may sometimes be found on the neck, face or arms.
Cholesterol Deposit(Xanthomas) are fatty deposits that build up under the skin are commonly found on the elbows, knees, hands, feet, and buttocks.
Milia are dead skin cells trapped within the surface tissues of the nose, cheeks and chin. It is not a form of acne, though the bumps may become inflamed and resemble acne.
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