Skin Tags

Skin tags are soft and small growths typically flesh colored or somewhat brown, found on healthy skin. Skin tags are non-cancerous growths, most often forming in the folds of the body (e.g. the neck, on the underarms, and around the groin). Skin tags can develop on any individual, however they are found most commonly in overweight people, as well as individuals who have Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Skin tags are fairly common, in fact 59% of all people have experienced a skin tag on their body at some point in their life.

Skin Tag Removal

Dr. David Myers provides several types of skin tag removal options.  While skin tags are harmless, some individuals find the appearance of skin tags undesirable, or they can get in the way of clothing or jewelry. In this case, Dr. David Myers, a local dermatologist in Lehi, Utah, can easily remove these for individuals in the Utah County area. The skin tag removal procedure is simple and is performed in the office with minimal discomfort and quick recovery time.

If you have questions concerning Skin Tags or Skin Tag Removal, call our office and schedule an appointment to meet with Dr. David Myers. At your visit, Dr. Myers will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan for your condition.

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About

Dr. David Myers

Dr. David Myers is a board certified dermatologist and Fellow of the American Society for Mohs Surgery. His expertise and attention to detail make him a trusted doctor in his community.

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