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Why Mohs?

The Mohs technique is revered as the most effective and precise treatment for most types of skin cancer. In a Mohs procedure, doctors precisely identify and remove the entire tumor, layer by layer, to avoid disturbing healthy surrounding tissue as much as possible.

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June 30, 2022

What to Expect... When You're Expecting Skin Surgery

Lump, bump, or skin cancer? You need treatment and find yourself on our surgery schedule… now what? Here are some things you can do to prepare on the day of your procedure and what to expect during your time of recovery.

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August 13, 2021

Overview of Mohs Surgery

The Mohs procedure is a state-of-the-art treatment that has been continuously refined over 70 years. With the Mohs technique, physicians are able to see beyond the visible disease, to precisely identify and remove the entire tumor layer by layer.

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August 1, 2019

Skin Cancer

Skin cancer affects one in five Americans. Learn about causes, treatments and side effects.

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March 22, 2019

Skin Biopsy Procedure - What to Expect

A skin biopsy is a procedure in which a dermatologist cuts and removes a small sample of skin to have it tested. This sample may help your dermatologist diagnose diseases such as skin cancer, rashes, infection, or other skin disorders. Done under local anesthesia in the office, the procedure is quick and relatively painless.

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March 28, 2018

Benign vs. Malignant?

Many of our patients come in for skin checks and have one or more skin biopsies (samples) performed to determine if a suspicious lesion is benign or malignant. - how worried should you be?

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December 28, 2017

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