After the examination or if there are conditions immediately after the examination under local anesthesia, in most cases, an intervention is performed immediately.
If a certain preparation is needed or the intervention will be done in some other form of anesthesia, then the intervention is postponed until the conditions for it are met.
The intervention is most often performed under local infiltrative anesthesia with a radiowave knife or a classic scalpel.
The resulting defect is usually closed by direct closure or, if necessary, a reconstructive procedure can be performed to close the defect and make it aesthetically acceptable.
The patient goes home immediately, then if bandages and suture removal are needed, the patient is scheduled for new controls. The preparation that was removed is usually sent for pathohistological analysis, which is usually obtained within 7 days.