Skin tumours are removed surgically. In many cases, laser peeling is used as a secondary treatment.
Anaesthesia and hospitalization
The intervention may be carried out in a day hospital setting with local anaesthesia. The duration of the intervention depends on the dimensions and type of tumour.
Medication consists of specific antiallergic plasters. Sutures are removed between the fifth and seventh day following the procedure. All scars generally present redness, which disappears in time.