Moles

Whether you love them or hate them, or call them moles or beauty marks, moles have a unique history in the fashion and beauty world. Spectrum Dermatology often treats clients who adore one or two of their moles but want to get rid of others....

Moles are one of the most prominent tell-tale signs for various types of skin cancer, and those with a lot of moles are especially encouraged to abide by annual skin checks. However, at Spectrum Dermatology, the latest research on moles and skin cancer are considered...

Most people think acne treatment when they hear the word dermatologist, and while acne is undoubtedly within the scope of a dermatologist’s job, that’s just one small aspect of skin care. Spectrum Dermatology is home to highly skilled dermatologists, and the clinic was rated Top...

Most people have not heard of seborrheic keratosis (SK) unless they have been diagnosed with it. Spectrum Dermatology offers both cosmetic and medical skin care treatments, including the removal of SK. Although it is entirely harmless and benign, these scaly skin growths are often confused...

When cells in the skin grow in a tight cluster instead of being evenly distributed throughout an area, what we call a mole occurs. Spectrum Dermatology encourages everyone to opt for annual skin screenings because moles are often the first sign of skin cancer. However,...

Melanoma can be both deadly and easy to remove when caught early. Spectrum Dermatology prioritizes the safety and comfort of all patients, which is why Mohs micrographic surgery is a preferred method. While skin cancer in early stages is simple to remove with an in-office...

Skin moles can range from harmless freckles to dangerous skin cancer lesions and it is of vital importance that we all learn the differences. Skin Cancer and Moles Though they might look unsightly, benign moles, lumps, and bumps on the skin, many times insurance will not pay...

Moles, or nevi, if there is more than one, are frequently removed for many reasons, and they can be removed by two surgical methods. First, excision (cutting), along with or without stitches. And second, shave removal using a scalpel blade without any stitches. Laser has been...