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Skin Tag Removal in Turkey

Surgical Skin Tag Removal in Turkey –

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Skin Tag Removal Turkey

Liver moles, also colloquially called skin tags, are conspicuous depending on their accumulation and size and disturb the overall impression. These are growths of pigmented skin cells that differ from the surrounding skin by their coloring. The removal of a skin tag has not only aesthetic reasons. In the worst case, skin cancer can develop from a skin tag. For this reason alone, skin tags should be examined regularly. However, a mole can also be removed relatively easily.
Although surgical removal of skin tag is a moderately time-consuming procedure, its complexity should not be underestimated. Only proven specialists should be entrusted with this treatment.

General Information About Remove Skin Tag

There are two types of treatment. One method is the excision of the skin tag, in which the affected area of skin is cut out. A microscopic examination can then be carried out to rule out the possibility of skin cancer, which can generally be detected and treated at an early stage. The second method of moles removal is laser removal. This treatment method is tailored to the removal of skin tags, which are performed for aesthetic reasons. The laser method is an efficient and, above all, painless procedure. Before the treatment, a pain-relieving ointment is applied so that only a slight tingling sensation is felt on the skin.

Skin Tag Removal Istanbul

Consultation with the Doctor

Before a surgical skin tag removal in Istanbul, we conduct a detailed consultation with you. We will explain the procedure and further procedure for you. Detailed information about possible risks, which arise in connection with the treatment, is obligatory with us. The consultation can also take place on the date of the operation if the skin tag is removed. The consultation is free of charge.

Removal of Skin Tags Before and After the Operation

The treatment is carried out by Prof. Dr. E. Ismail or a specialist in the clinic in Istanbul. The removal of skin tags is a surgical procedure that can be justified from both an aesthetic and a medical perspective. The treatment significantly minimizes the patient’s risk of skin cancer. The treatment of the skin tags takes barely half an hour and the recovery time is comparatively short.

Skin Tag removal Cost in Turkey

All our local patients in Istanbul can benefit from a special price. Simply speak to our local team in the clinic directly.

Skin Tag Removal Frequently Asked Questions

Skin tag removal can become necessary for purely aesthetic or medical reasons. Surgical removal is preferable to alternative therapies. Small skin tags are typically removed without any problems under local anesthetic. Larger skin tags, especially on the face, should be examined and removed by specialists in plastic and aesthetic surgery.

Moles are medically called nevi or colloquially liver spots. They are benign changes in structure, pigmentation, and cell structure of normal skin. Moles can occur in large numbers on the skin of the entire body, either isolated or hereditary.

For some species, there is a certain risk of transformation into malignant skin cancer. For example, it is recommended that conspicuous moles are subjected to regular checks or that specimens larger than 2 cm are removed before the age of 20. In general, a specialist should be consulted if a mole is abnormal in size, shape, and pigmentation.

Small moles can usually be removed without problems with a small operation under local anesthetic. be removed. In the case of larger skin changes, especially on the face, a plastic surgery specialist should and aesthetic surgery. Depending on the complexity of the surgical procedure, all common anesthesia methods are used. With local anesthesia, the patient can be sedated shortly after the surgery is over. In the case of the more complex procedures mentioned above, a short inpatient stay is expected.