Surgical Dermatology

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...

Simply said, if you live your life without sun protection, your chances of needing skin cancer treatment at some point, exponentially goes up. Yes, we all love the sun, it feels good on our skin, it has the vitamin D that we need and that we...

Let's face it, if you are a golfer, you've probably been one for many years, so skin cancer screening should be number one in your book of sun/skin protection factors. Chances are, if you haven't been taking notice of your skin after golfing, the effects...

Nobody wants to hear the word melanoma, much less hear it in regards to themselves, but skin cancer treatment has come a long way. You have questions and fears, worries and guilt, but it's time to stop, take a breath and realize that there are...

Spectrum Dermatology is home to 10+ scottsdale board certified dermatologists that can help you with your skin care needs. Check out the top 5 questions about skin cancer treatment. 1. What is basal cell cancer and what does it look like? This is the most common form...

If you or a loved one has recently has had skin cancer removed, you are no doubt wondering about the chances of it returning and if so, what can help lower the risk of it returning? It is true that anyone who has had a cancerous...

Because skin cancer is the most common of all types of cancer, successful treatment depends on early detection. Keeping a very watchful eye on moles and bumps, scheduling regular skin checks with a qualified dermatologist is a must to assure skin health and ultimately your overall...

1. How can skin cancer be prevented? The best way to prevent skin cancer is pretty simple: stay out of the sun. Since this is not reasonable, the next best thing is to start at a young age to protect yourself from the sun’s UV rays...

You are out in the summer sun enjoying the day. You may not feel the effects of the sunburn you are getting immediately. But, symptoms develop later with warm, red skin that becomes tender to the touch. More severe symptoms may appear over the next...