Skin tags are harmless lesions that you can remove for aesthetic purposes. Skin tags can get in the way of clothes or jewellery, as well as shaving. A skin tag is a tiny flap of flesh-colored tissue that is attached to your skin by a slender stalk. Skin tags most commonly occur where your skin rubs together, increases, or where clothing scrapes against your skin.


Seborrheic keratoses are warty, benign keratinocyte-derived growths. They come in brown, black, grey, tan, pink, and flesh tones. The source of seborrheic keratoses is unknown, however they appear to be age- related, as they become more prevalent with age. Because of their rough surface roughness, they are referred to as age warts or senile warts. They are not communicable, unlike viral warts that children and teens get on their hands and feet. While seborrheic keratoses are not harmful, they can be unattractive and interfere with clothes or jewellery. You may choose to have these warty lesions removed for aesthetic reasons. Whether it’s a skin tag or a wart, PLC Laser Clinic in Brampton is one of the GTA’s most trusted businesses for skin tag removal.


Skin tags are flaps of skin that are usually darker than your skin colour and can commonly be found on the face, neck, underarms, and torso. They can either be flat or have a base. Depending on the number and size of skin tags, they can be permanently removed within one treatment. The current from the probe is applied around the tag allowing it to dry up and fall off within a week post treatment. Large tags can take up to three treatments to fall off.


Milia are small hard white bumps, resembling white heads, that are typically found on the face around the eyes and nose. Thermocoagulation can be used to treat this condition by using the current from the probe to soften the debris and extract the milia.


Telangiectasis is a condition of visibly dilated blood vessels on the skin, commonly found around the nose and cheekbones. They look like thin red lines and often come in clusters. Treatment using thermo-coagulation allows blockage in the capillary by coagulating a small part in the vessel and is completely safe. It is advised not to exfoliate the skin or have a facial for a minimum of two weeks post treatment.


Ruby points are small red dots that appear with age and can grow in size. They are highly concentrated dilated capillaries and are usually flat on the skin. They appear on most parts of the body but are more commonly seen on the torso. Clients typically see results with one treatment, but depending on the size of the ruby point, it can take up to two to three treatments.