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SKIN TAG REMOVAL INFO
Skin tags are harmless, noncancerous growths that may emerge anywhere on the body, but are most common in areas where skin folds and rubs against itself. While skin tags do not present any significant health risks, many individuals find them aesthetically displeasing and opt for removal.
The process of removing skin tags is a simple outpatient procedure that doctors can complete in a matter of minutes. Nevertheless, as with any medical procedure, patients should observe specific precautions after undergoing skin tag removal to ensure optimal healing.
This guide encompasses all the essential information to follow after a skin tag removal, including the typical healing duration, recommended post-removal care practices, and when to seek medical advice if any complications arise.
BABYFACE employs electrocautery in the process of eliminating skin tags and Surface moles caused by sun exposure.. In this technique, a slender wire carrying an electrical charge is utilized to singe away the upper layers of the skin tag, prompting it to detach. The heat generated by electrocautery also efficiently seals the area, halting and averting any potential bleeding. Individuals undergoing electrocautery treatment may encounter minor scabbing, which generally resolves within 1-2 weeks.
Post Skin Tag Removal Care Guidelines
The recommended aftercare practices also depend on the method employed for skin tag removal. If your practitioner excises your skin tags:
Maintaining cleanliness around the removal site is crucial for proper healing.
Your healthcare provider may advise applying a bandage to the area for up to two days after the procedure.
Subsequently, clean the area with soap and water once or twice daily, then gently pat it dry using a paper towel.
Refrain from using antibacterial soaps or products containing alcohol, peroxide, iodine, or other chemicals, as they may impede the healing process.
Your provider might also suggest applying petroleum jelly or an antibiotic ointment to help ward off infections.
Your practitioner may apply a dressing to the treated area. Adhere to your doctor’s instructions regarding how long to keep the dressing on, and refrain from removing it prematurely.
Following the removal of the dressing, a scab will form at the removal site. Avoid picking at the scab, as this can reopen the wound and increase the risk of infection.
Gently cleanse the area once or twice daily, pat it dry, and apply an antibiotic ointment to minimize the likelihood of an infection developing.
When to Seek Medical Attention After Skin Tag Removal
While the majority of patients undergo skin tag removal without complications, there is a small possibility of experiencing side effects, especially if proper post-removal care instructions are not adhered to. Contact your doctor or seek immediate medical attention if you encounter any of the following symptoms:
Pain or swelling in the vicinity of the removal site
Discharge or pus emanating from the removal site
The wound at the removal site has reopened or is actively bleeding
A fever surpassing 100°F
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