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Many skin lumps and bumps may be benign, but it’s worth getting a doctor’s eye over them to accurately diagnose and prescribe the best treatment.


Warts and skin tags can commonly be treated effectively and permanently with cantharidin vesicant and DCP immunotherapy at Dermagen Clinic.


We are experts at RF skin excision treatments with our laser and energy-based devices to deliver fast and painless results.

Lipolysis - which can dissolve non-cancerous fatty cysts - is an excellent cosmetic treatment that is comfortable and effective for clients.

Treating lipomas, warts, skin tags and sebaceous hyperplasia

The doctors at Dermagen clinic treat a wide variety of skin growths, lumps, bumps, moles, warts, skin tags and red spots. 


Our range of treatment options and technology gives our clients choices to make the right aesthetic outcome for their needs.

Some common causes of lumps and bumps that we treat at Dermagen Clinic include:

Lipomas: Benign (non-cancerous) tumors composed of fat cells that usually feel soft and movable under the skin.

Viral warts:  Warts can occur at any age.  Some warts can be especially problematic:  when wart occur on the face or hands, they can cause embarrassment, when on the soles of the feet they can cause considerable discomfort and difficulty walking.  There are many over-the counter treatments, but these can be slow and often fail.   Some treatments offered by podiatrists and GP’s may cause severe pain or can penetrate too deeply causing a deep burn. We offer more targeted and innovative treatments that are generally pain-free.

Seborrheic keratosis: they are often “stuck-on” raised wart-like growths on the skin. There may just be one or clusters of dozens.   They usually start off small and tan in colour and slowly over time get bigger and turn dark brown or black. 

Benign moles: Moles are benign (noncancerous) growths of the skin caused by the proliferation of melanocytes, which produce the dark protective pigment in the skin called melanin. Most moles appear in individuals during their 20s, though some may appear later in life and some may be present at birth.

Sebaceous hyperplasia: Sebaceous hyperplasia is a common benign (non-cancerous) skin condition characterized by enlarged sebaceous glands.

Skin tags: Small, harmless, fleshy growths that can be found in areas where the skin rubs against itself.

Lumps and bumps

Treatments for lumps and bumps

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