Cherry Angioma Removal
Cherry Angiomas or ‘Campbell de Morgan’ spots are a type of skin lesion. They are named due to their distinctive red colour, caused by broken or damaged blood vessels within them. They can be flat or raised and are usually found on the torso, arms and shoulders (although they can appear anywhere.) This type of lesion is benign and should not cause you any problems, but they may bleed if they are scratched, rubbed or knocked
Cherry Angiomas will not disappear on their own, but they can be removed here at the Wells Clinic by using a technique called Thermocoagulation which involves treating the area with a tiny electrical current at the tip of a probe which is connected to a special machine. This technique is known for treating the area and giving a superior aesthetic end result.
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