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Mohs Surgery is a highly effective skin cancer treatment that will completely remove the skin cancer. The procedure was developed by Dr. Frederic Mohs.
Did you know that sunscreen has an expiration date? How much sun screen should you apply? How often should you apply it? Get answers in this video.
We all want that nice sun kissed glow but at what cost? Sun Tanning has been scientifically linked to premature aging & higher incidence rate for skin cancers.
We’ve all heard it before. Applying sunscreen should be a part of our daily routine to protect our skin from…
The goals of Mohs surgery are two-fold – cancer clearance and skin preservation. The amount of tissue that is required to be excised is minimized.
Be sure to bookmark or print this important list and take it with you when you plan to spend and extended time outdoors. It could save your life!
Let’s talk about sun safety: Tips to keep you and your loved ones safe and what to look for in sunscreen – just one part of prevention.
New FDA labeling requirements have taken the guesswork out of choosing an effective sunscreen. Products have to state how much protection they actually provide.
Your hair stylist or barber sees parts of your body you can’t. Melanomas can develop in the scalp, behind your ears and on your neck.
Dr. Timothy Jochen, Board Certified Dermatologist, discusses how Blue Light Photodynamic Therapy treats pre-cancerous actinic keratoses as well as acne.
When you first learn that the shiny bump on your arm or scaly patch on your head is actually skin cancer, it can be a little nerve wracking.
According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, over 3.5 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year in more than 2 million people.
Congenital is a word that means “present from birth” while a nevus is the medical term for a mole. Therefore, a congenital nevus is a mole that was present on the body from birth.