Shave Biopsies

Shave Biopsy

During a shave biopsy, a doctor uses a tool similar to a razor to scrape the surface of the skin. The result is a slightly indented area of your skin. Stitches usually aren’t necessary after this procedure.

Punch Biopsy

During a punch biopsy, a doctor uses a special circular blade to remove deeper layers of skin for testing. Depending on the size, stitches may be necessary to close the wound.

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