Skin Tag Removal

A skin tag consists of tissue fibers, ducts, fat cells and nerves. The exact cause of skin tags is unsure but it is believed they may develop when clusters of collagen and superficial blood vessels get trapped under thicker pieces of skin. It is a small, soft benign skin growth which is often removed for cosmetic purposes.

How Does Skin Tag Removal Work?

At Bellair Laser Clinic we remove skin tags and moles via electrosurgery. This means we use a special device called a bovie which cuts, dries out, coagulates and destroys/removes the unwanted tissue. The device is directed as not to disrupt surrounding tissue. The procedure if quick and does not involve blades as traditional methods. In addition to skin tag reoval removal, we can also remove moles with the Bovie which is a growth in the skin caused by a cluster of pigmented cells. For more information please contact us for complimentary consultation.

NOTE: Individual Results May Vary


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Mole Removal FAQs

Usually only 1 session is required. In rare cases a 2nd treatment may be required for very large moles.
Post treatment the area will look like a scab. It will then heal at the pace your body usually takes to heal from a cut.
With traditional methods where a blade is used bleeding was inevitable. With Bovie, there is little to no bleeding since we are coagulating the area while removing the mole. This also makes for less risk of infection and easier healing.
At Bellair Laser Clinic we charge $40 for small moles and $60 for larger moles.

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About Bellair Laser Clinic

The Bellair Laser Group of Clinics are cosmetic-medical centers offering only FDA approved, result-oriented skin care and hair removal technologies. Bellair Laser Clinic has been in business for 14 years. We won the Consumers Choice Award for 9 consecutive years. We are also the biggest provider of Fraxel Treatments in Canada.

For Dr. Peter Bray, the key to successful cosmetic surgery and injectables is an appreciation for the fact that no two patients are alike. By addressing the needs of the individual and rejecting cookie-cutter treatments, Dr. Bray produces results that appear as if born out of nature. Regarded for his relentless commitment to the safety and well being of his patients, it's this personal touch that separates him from the field. Dr. Bray personally administers Dermal Fillers at Bellair Laser Clinic. This hands-on approach allows Dr. Bray to gain insight into your specific concerns and develop an appropriate course of treatment. Dr Bray is the medical director of Dermal fillers.

As medical supervisor of Bellair Laser Clinic, Dr. Greg Pugen is the physician overseeing the medical-cosmetic procedures at the clinics. He works closely with the management team ensuring the highest standards are adhered to by the entire team for safe, effective treatments.


Bay And Bloor Location

Bay & Bloor 416-972-0337

116 Cumberland Street, Toronto

Yonge And Eglinton Location

Yonge & Eglinton 416-489-0337

2237 Yonge Street, Toronto