Some of these benign skin lesions (dermal nevi) stand above the skin surface and are often located at places that obstruct everyday clothing or are injured by the use of fashion accessories and as a result, they cause small wounds so it is better to remove them with laser. In other cases a mole can be located in a part of the face, around the nose or the mouth, and cause a cosmetic concern for patients, so we may remove it with laser or a surgical method, depending on the its size, its location and its form. Patients must always surgically remove skin lesions if there is cancer suspicion. Moles are removed under local anesthesia at the office and patients return home immediately. The procedure is short and so is recovery. After the surgery the doctor decides if biopsy is necessary to rule out malignancy. If the doctor removes a mole, as well as some tissue around it, surgically she will stitch the surrounding skin back together. In some cases however, like in the case of junctional dermal moles that are benign lesions, removal takes place with less invasive methods, like laser or diathermy treatment . Procedure is short and depends on the size and the number of nevi removed.