Angiomas and Hemangiomas
Angiomas are small, raised growths that can appear anywhere on the body. They are usually benign and do not require treatment. However, if an angioma is causing discomfort or is located in a place where it is prone to injury, it may be removed by a healthcare provider.
Hemangiomas are more common in infants and children and can appear on the skin or on internal organs such as the liver or brain. Hemangiomas on the skin are often called "strawberry hemangiomas" due to their red, raised appearance. Hemangiomas that occur on internal organs may not be visible and may require additional testing to diagnose.
We offer Angiomas and Hemangiomas treatments to residents of the following areas: Clarkston, Oxford, Oxford Township, Birmingham, Troy, and all of Oakland County, MI (Michigan). Although our offices are are located in Clarkston and Oxford, Michigan, we regularly serve patients throughout the entirety of Oakland County who need a skin doctor for medical care related to Angiomas and Hemangiomas.