Michael S. Fisher, Ph.D., M.D.
|published over 50 articles on the subject.|
You have acne on your face. The lesions are called closed comedone if there is no whitehead. It is hard to tell but you may also have sebaceous hyperplasia which are just oils glands in the skin. You
In the picture the mole looked very dark which would make it irregular. If the mole gets irritated then it should be removed. First the mole would be anesthetized then the top would be shaved off and sent
Chronic paronychia — Since most cases of chronic paronychia are caused by fungi, your doctor will treat the infection with antifungal medication that is applied to the skin, such as clotrimazole (Lotrimin
The dark spots are what is called post inflammatory hyperpigmentation. This means that skin irritation from a rash or other caused the increased pigmentation of the skin. The darker lesions are secondary
I would treat the area with a topical antibiotic like polysporis. If puss develops then you would need an antibiotic. The skin on the face heals better than skin on the rest of the body. Therefore it is