Mohs

Mohs surgery ensures the highest quality of treating skin cancer while simultaneously making scars as minimal as possible. Spectrum Dermatology offers in-office Mohs surgery so that patients can take care of their skin cancer treatment in a single appointment. The procedure is relatively simple: Remove...

In recent years, Mohs Micrographic Surgery (commonly known as Mohs Surgery) has quickly become the dermatologists’ preferred method of skin cancer screening and removal. It is much more effective, and the patient only requires one visit instead of several. Why don’t all dermatologists offer this procedure,...

Skin cancer is both the most common type of cancer in the US, and it can be the deadliest if not caught in time. A yearly skin exam is the best way to diagnose and treat skin cancer early, and it is a specialty at...

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...

Getting diagnosed with skin cancer is a real curveball. Fortunately, skin cancer is the easiest type of cancer to treat, especially when caught early. Spectrum Dermatology recommends Mohs surgery for many skin cancer patients because of its precise nature and superior results. The procedure excises...

Skin cancer affects tens of thousands of Americans every year. While many people die from skin cancer, the good news is that new treatments are discovered all the time. One effective treatment method that had been around for many decades is Mohs surgery. Mohs surgery was...

One treatment option for early skin cancer is Mohs Micrographic Surgery, an advanced and highly effective treatment for skin cancer. It has proven to be the easiest, most advanced and successful way to treat skin cancer. Additionally, it is the least invasive way to treat...

Mohs surgery, Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS), developed by Dr. Fredrick Mohs in the 1930s, is a technique that uses both pathology and surgery to remove skin cancers in a doctor's office. During the surgery, the tissue is removed and while the patient waits, the tissue...

Skin cancer, much like any form of cancer, may require surgery to remove cancerous growths. Your doctors can surgically remove cancerous and other skin lesions using specialized techniques to preserve your health and your appearance. There are a variety of methods used to treat basal cell, squamous...

Most often, when you think of a dermatologist appointment, it will be to treat a skin condition such as acne or to schedule a skin cancer screening. But, did you know there are many other procedures and techniques that board certified dermatologists offer? The term 'cosmetic...