Essential Aesthetics
510 Sycamore Valley Road West
Danville, CA 94526
Phone: (925) 855-1773
Fax: (925) 905-9882
Monday–Friday 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Saturday–Sunday Closed

Skin Tag & Mole Removal

Patients from Walnut Creek, Oakland, Danville, and other areas often wish to treat benign moles, skin tags, and other lumps, bumps, and discoloration. Some are unhappy with their appearance; others find it physically uncomfortable when these rub against clothing. Removing these irregularities is a fairly simple, straightforward process with certified physician assistant Elham “Ellie” Zarnegar and the advanced techniques here at Essential Aesthetics.

If you would like to remove a skin tag or mole, request a consultation online, or call Essential Aesthetics at (925) 855-1773 to get started.

Elham Zarnegar
MPAS, PA-CClinical Director

Elham "Ellie" Zarnegar uses her incredible expertise to precisely deliver the results you want.

Meet Ellie

Elham Zarnegar
MPAS, PA-CClinical Director

Meet Ellie

Your Experience

Benign skin growths are common and often seem to appear for no discernible reason. They are typically simple to remove. At Essential Aesthetics, we treat the following concerns:

  • Moles: Found in varying shades of brown or black, moles are common growths found in clusters or by themselves. Because moles have a potential for malignancy, we remove them only after they’ve been evaluated by a dermatologist.
  • Skin tags: Harmless but often annoying, skin tags are small, flesh-colored flaps that often develop on the neck, beneath the breasts, in the armpits, and other areas where skin rubs together.
  • Seborrheic keratosis: Often confused with moles, these black or brown growths have a wart-like, “glued-on” appearance. Although benign, they can grow quite large and make people feel self-conscious.

Before and After

Actual patient. Results may vary.

Ellie offers several options for eliminating these growths, and she’ll make a recommendation for you based on your specific case. These conditions can be removed with cryotherapy (freezing), electrocautery (burning), or other methods, all performed while the area is numbed with a local anesthetic.

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