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Information About Skin Cancer & Surgery Services

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Annual skin cancer screenings ensure that your skin is healthy and can address suspicious spots or irregular growths on the skin for early prevention.

Squamous cell carcinomas (SCC) is a common skin cancer that presents itself as rough, scaly, tender patches on the skin that can, at times, bleed.

Caused most often by sun overexposure, basal cell carcinoma (mutated basal cells) is a slow-growing skin cancer found deep within the epidermis.

Melanoma, the most aggressive form of skin cancer, begins within a new or existing mole that has changed in color, diameter, shape, and look.

Mohs micrographic surgery is a highly successful skin cancer surgery used to excise out skin cancer growths by layer and microscopically examine them.

Topical chemotherapy is an at-home, self-administered medicated cream that treats pre-cancerous areas of the skin and superficial skin cancers.

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