Wart – A small, fleshy bump on the skin or mucous membrane caused by human papillomavirus.
Skin tags – Skin tags are painless, noncancerous growths on the skin. They're connected to the skin by a small, thin stalk called a peduncle. Skin tags are common in both men and women, at any age. They can appear anywhere on your body, though they're commonly found in places where your skin folds such as the: armpits and neck.
Corn – Thick, hardened layers of skin caused by friction and pressure. Corns most often develop on the sole and sides of feet and between the toes. They're benign and can also be found in weight-bearing areas.
Ingrowing nail – A condition in which the corner or side of a toenail grows into the flesh. The condition usually affects the big toe. People who have diabetes are at greater risk of complications. Pain, redness, and swelling can occur at the affected nail. Lifting or removing the toenail can help. Antibiotics might be required.
The surgeon can meticulously operate on these conditions and make sure the recurrence rate is very low.