Options for removing sebaceous cysts include conventional wide excision, minimal excision and laser with punch biopsy excision, according to Healthline. Other options for removing sebaceous cysts include using lasers and injection, reports Mayo Clinic.
Using lasers to remove sebaceous cysts involves vaporizing the cyst using carbon dioxide, explains Mayo Clinic. The laser also works with punch biopsy excision to make a small hole that drains the content of the cyst; after a month, the doctor removes the outer walls of the mass, notes Healthline. Minimal excision involves complete removal of the cyst with minimal scarring. Conventional wide excision involves complete removal of the cyst, but there is a risk of leaving a long scar.