Men and women are often troubled by various pigmented or elevated lesions that develop on the face, ears, or neck over time.
These can easily be removed in the office under local anesthesia. The incision is designed to fall within a skin crease in order to camouflage the scar. The stitches remain in place five to seven days. If there is any concern of the appearance of the lesion, it is sent to the pathologist for complete review.