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Hello, guys. My daughter is thirteen and a general practitioner found her some skin tags. He pointed us to a dermatologist for removal treatment. I would like to know how skin tags are being clinicaly removed. I would be very grateful for all your suggestions. Thanks in advance for all your replies, guys.

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Hello to you too. Don't worry, madame. Skin tags are usually harmless and the removal process is not complicated. It is usually done on a dermatological clinic. The main procedure is that they are freeze by liquid nitrogen. It is cryotherapy. Another method is cauterization. A doctor burns the tag by cautery (hot spot). Circulation through the peduncle can also be stopped and in that way the tag only “dies” away. There is also a possibility with surgical methods. It is done by scissors or scalpel. I hope everything will be all right. It is not recommended to be done without consulting a doctor.
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