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cherry angioma removal IN SHREWSBURY
Cherry Angiomas are small blood blisters which appear on normal skin and are absolutely benign, they are not cancerous. Sometimes known as red moles, they are usually found on people over the age of 30 and seem to increase in size and number with age. The exact cause of these is unknown and there may be a genetic cause. They have also been linked to pregnancy, climate and medical conditions. They are red and circular in shape and very small, some can be flat to the skin and others slightly raised and are most often found on the torso, arms, legs and shoulders.
Although not a cause for concern, if they begin to bleed often, change in size, shape or colour then it is worth getting them checked by a doctor.
REMOVING CHERRY ANGIOMAS
Laser treatment is highly effective in the treatment of these lesions. Both pulsed dye laser and Nd:Yag laser can be used for treating these lesions and work by using heat to destroy the lesion.
We don’t use cryotheraphy (freezing) to treat cherry angiomas as they can result in pigmentation problems.
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WHY CHOOSE St Michael's Clinic for cherry angioma removal in Shrewsbury?
At St Michael’s Clinic we have a team of highly trained Consultant dermatologists, who have completed specialist training in Dermatology and are on the specialist register of the General Medical Council. All our consultants hold substantive contracts with the best Dermatology centres in leading NHS hospitals. Therefore, you can be certain of the highest quality private care.
We offer a range of treatments and can offer one, or a combination of treatments to achieve the best results. Unlike many other clinics, we can offer diagnosis and treatment all under one roof by expert consultant dermatologist, so you know you’ll be in safe hands.
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