Moles and Skin Tag Removal – Cherry Angiomas
Cherry angiomas also knows as Campbell de Morgan’s spot are benign vascular spots and occur in up to fifty percent of adults.
Cherry angiomas, which are similar to moles and skin tags tend to appear most often on the body and extremities and can be up to several millimetres in diameter. They are round, bright to dark red, non blanching vascular papules. Cherry angiomas first occur in early adulthood and increase in number with age.
Cherry Angiomas cause no discomfort and may be removed for an improved appearance.
At MBNS in Thame and at our sister clinic, Qutis, in Witney, we use simple diathermy (a cautery device) to remove these and other moles and skin tags. You will need a thorough skin health consultation with our nurse specialist and treatments take thirty minutes.
If you would like to book in for a consultation regarding cherry angiomas or any other of the treatments offered at MBNS, kindly call us on 01844 213007 or fill out the form HERE and we will get back to you as soon as possible!