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Black mark on the face, diagnosed as nevus of melanocytic, advised laser treatment. Suggestion?

hi, i have black mark on right side of my face.....its not a birth mark but it emerges 5-6 years back....i consult many doctor in mean time they give many creams and lotion but nothing effective happen.So from last year i stopped going and treating this . But one week back my brother took me to another doctor and he was very senior doctor also when i saw him my mark he immediately said its nevus of melanocytic . so he said it cant be removed from creams , you have to go for laser treatment .... im very stressed now ....i dont know it will ever go ...plz suggest
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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whats your age, and gender, what is the sze of nevus, and location. is there hair on it and is it extending towards the eye, laser is an effective treatment and safe in good hands
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