Moles and Freckles
Moles are skin growths that appear brown or black and can be present at birth or form later in life. Most moles are not dangerous. When a mole changes appearance or becomes itchy , painful or bleeds, it may be cancerous. If you notice any changing or symptomatic mole please schedule an appointment with Dr. Marriott without delay.
Warts are caused by Papilloma virus and can spread to other people. Warts are small rough growths that may appear on any part of the body. These lesions can be treated by cryotherapy, prescription medications and laser.Schedule A Consultation Today
Seborrheic Keratosis are harmless skin growths that may appear like moles. They can range in color from light tan to black. Dr. Marriott with examine these growths to ensure that they are not dangerous.
Cysts are non cancerous growths that start from clogged skin glands and can become large and painful. Painful or infected cysts can be treated with lancins and draining. Sometimes they require surgical removal.
Skin tags are small, soft growths that appear as flaps from the skin. These growths are harmless and typically occur in body folds, on neck and eyelids. These growths do not need to be treated, but when irritated or cosmetically undesired skin tags can be easily removed.