Our expert says:
According to a medical article:
No treatment is usually necessary for dermatofibromas (DFs). Simple reassurance that the lesion is benign may be indicated. Cortisone injections have been attempted with variable results.
For cosmetically unacceptable lesions or lesions that are particularly symptomatic, complete excision, including the subcutaneous fat, is the ideal procedure. Superficially shaving the lesion or freezing can be attempted however, recurrences are more likely. Carbon dioxide laser treatment of multiple facial dermatofibroma has been reported.
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