Information About Skin Cancer & Surgery Services

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Dermatologists recommend that patients get at least one skin cancer screening per year to ensure the early detection of any abnormal moles or lesions.

Skin cancer can affect anyone, but adults with a history of high sun exposure, a family history of skin cancer, or fair skin are at the greatest risk.

Mohs micrographic surgery is one of the most effective ways to remove basal and squamous cell carcinomas, as well as other lesser-known skin cancers.

Laser therapy treatments are FDA approved as an effective method to remove actinic keratosis lesions before they become squamous cell carcinomas.

Certain topical creams and gels can be effective treatments for skin cancer and precancer that has not spread deeper than the upper layers of skin.

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