Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is now the most common cancer that affects humans. It is estimated that one in five people will develop skin cancer during their lifetime in certain parts of North America.


Skin cancers are generally grouped as non-melanoma and melanoma.

  • Non-melanomas include the common basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.
  • Melanoma is more aggressive malignant growth that metastasizes quickly without treatment.

Learn more about these types of skin cancer here.

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If you are concerned about the condition of your skin, or if you simply want to learn more about treatment and prevention of skin cancer, schedule an appointment with one of our dermatology providers.

The provider will conduct a thorough examination and interview to determine your risk factors and identify potential cancers on your skin.  You will be provided with information on the advanced treatment options such as Mohs surgery, skin surveillance, and mole mapping.

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