A mole is usually a pigmented lesion of the skin that may have been present since birth or developed through time as we age or as a result of sun exposure. It could appear in any area of our body, but it is more noticeable on the face. There are a lot of treatment options for pigmented lesion of the skin. They include laser treatment, dermabrasion, chemical peeling, and surgical excision. Most plastic surgeons prefer to have the mass excised and the specimen submitted for histopath analysis. This is done to rule out the malignant nature of the mass, which would require a more aggressive and invasive treatment. Incision lines are usually oriented along the natural folds of the body or face to ensure that the resulting scar would be inconspicuous and fades with time. But patients must be informed that the resulting scars are much better at the face area than the extremities. The procedure is usually performed under local anesthesia at our out-patient surgery clinic. Non-absorbable sutures are usually used because they have better results compared to absorbable suture materials, and they are removed on the fourth to seventh day after the operation. The patient could experience minor swelling and bruising which eventually subsides after seven to ten days.