Moles are small, coloured spots on the skin. Most people have them and they’re usually nothing to worry about unless they change size, shape or colour. Skin Tag
Skin tag is a small, harmless growth on the skin that is connected by a stalk to the skin. They are usually present in eyelids, neck, groin and underarms.
Moles occur when cells in the skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. Skin Tags
Skin tags appears in places where there is cloth to skin or skin to skin friction. Skin tags are also caused due to genetic reasons and is more prominent in people with diabetes and obesity.
The doctor numbs the area around the mole and then cuts out the whole mole. Then the doctor stitches or sutures the wound closed
Removal of skin tags can be done by cutting them using blades and then freezing them with liquid nitrogen. Tiny skin tags can be removed without anesthesia while larger ones require local anesthesia.
In electrocautery, the skin tags can be burned off using electrolysis.