Small in-office skin procedures safely and effectively treat common skin problems. At Loomis Medical Clinic in Loomis, California, the team provides in-office skin procedures for small things like plantar warts, moles, and cysts to teens and adults. Treatment is quick, painless, and provides lasting results. To learn more or schedule an appointment, call Loomis Medical Clinic today.
Small in-office skin procedures are a group of outpatient treatments designed to remove common skin concerns, like moles, cysts, warts, and skin tags. Treatment occurs under local anesthesia and doesn’t require downtime. After your appointment, you can return to work and other activities immediately.
Loomis Medical Clinic offers several types of in-office skin procedures, including:
Skin tags are harmless growths that typically form on the neck, eyelids, or underarms. Some dangle from a stalk, while others connect directly to the skin. Your provider might recommend skin tag removal if you have a skin tag that’s painful, itchy, or interfering with your vision.
Warts are small, round growths that typically form on the palms of the hands or the weight-bearing areas of the feet. They develop when the human papillomavirus (HPV) infiltrates your body through small cracks or cuts in your skin.
Cysts are skin growths filled with fluid or pus. They’re usually harmless but can be uncomfortable, depending on their location.
During cyst removal, your provider uses a sharp tool, like a scalpel, to drain the cyst and then closes the wound with stitches or a bandage.
Moles are one of the most common skin growths. They’re small brown or black spots caused by the pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in your skin. Moles are typically harmless, but some become cancerous. At Loomis Medical Clinic, we offer cosmetic mole removal and removal of suspicious moles for skin cancer testing.
At Loomis Medical Clinic, small in-office skin procedures take 30-60 minutes on average. Your provider cleans your skin with an antiseptic solution and administers a local anesthetic to numb the growth and surrounding tissue.
After the anesthetic sets in, your provider uses tools to remove the growth. Depending on your needs, that might mean liquid nitrogen, a handheld laser, or a surgical tool like a scalpel. Once the skin growth is removed, your provider applies stitches or a bandage. Then, they provide care instructions and explain how to prevent infection.
Call Loomis Medical Clinic to schedule a small in-office skin procedure, or book your appointment online today.