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Our medical centre is offering professional cosmetic lumps and bumps clinic in Windsor and always welcoming new patients. Our physician Dr. Kaczmarek is a family doctor who has previously trained in operative specialties including a surgical subspecialty fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit for several years. CPSO approved to perform select cosmetic procedures. 

We are your accessible lump and bump removal clinic and will work with you to provide best aesthetic result of your skin. When skin lasers and non-invasive treatments are not working - give us a call for a consultation with us. No need for referral, patients can easily obtain a consultation visit by booking online here. We are your place for skin tag removal in Windsor, wart removal and mole removal in Windsor. Consultation and first visit is free of charge. Some skin procedures are covered by OHIP, most are out of pocket expense, below is a list of most common procedures and conditions treated. 


Electrodessication is a quick and simple office-based technique where an electrical current is used to remove specific skin lesions such as sebaceous hyperplasia, cherry angiomas, seborrheic keratoses, skin tags, and brown spots. After the procedue we will place a drop of vaseline and a bandaid and will recommend to keep the area dry and not washing it for 24 to 48 hours.


This procedure is used for sebaceous cysts, benign nevi, larger size epidermal cysts, fibroepithelial polyps, hemangiomas, neurofibromatas and lipomas. It involves making a skin incision with a scalpel and cutting around the change at full skin thickness under local anesthesia. Then the wound is closed with sutures or staples. Patients may be required to have a followup visit for suture removal in 5-10 days, depending on anatomic location of resection.


Small fibroepithelial polyps neurofibromatas and skin tags can be removed with shave excision. This involves cutting off the lesion at the base after administering local anesthesia.


Warts are common, benign, epidermal lesions caused by human papillomavirus infection. They can appear anywhere on the body in a variety of morphologies. Diagnosis is by examination. Warts are usually self limited but may be treated by destructive methods (eg, excision, cautery, cryotherapy, liquid nitrogen) and topical or injected agents. Wart removal is a common procedure in our clinic in Windsor.


Skin tags are common, soft, small, flesh-colored or hyperpigmented, pedunculated lesions; there are usually multiple lesions, typically on the neck, axilla, and groin. Skin tag removal is a very common procedure in our clinic in Windsor.


Epidermal cysts are benign but may cause discomfort and may rupture internally, causing a rapidly enlarging, painful foreign body reaction and abscess. Epidermal cysts may have a visible pore; their contents are white, cheesy, and malodorous. Skin cyst removal is a common procedure we perform.


Moles are pigmented lesions, typically flesh or brown colored. They are composed of nests of melanocytes or nevus cells. Share resemblance with melanoma. Mole removal and nevi removal is third most common procedure we perform.

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