Skin Cancer Treatment and Screening

Most of us see our primary care physician and dentist on a regular basis, but the same isn’t always true when it comes to our dermatologist—and this is a big mistake. Spectrum Dermatology is your Scottsdale dermatologist committed to helping you achieve skin that’s healthy...

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer, both in the US and around the world, with 20 percent of Americans developing some type of skin cancer by the time they turn 70. Spectrum Dermatology is committed to preventing skin cancer and treating it...

Preventing skin cancer starts with education and information. That’s why your local Spectrum Dermatology clinic is committed to knowledge-sharing about this dangerous but fully preventable cancer. On the other side of the world, a skin cancer prevention program dubbed SunSmart may have helped reduce melanoma...

Perth resident Ryan Glossop thought nothing of what he thought was a sunspot on his neck—until he was diagnosed with melanoma. Spectrum Dermatology wants everyone to get an annual skin check, and December is the perfect time to schedule this potentially life-saving appointment so you...

There is an average of 211 “sunny” days in Phoenix and 83 “partly sunny” days, so it comes as no surprise that winter sunburns are a real threat throughout Arizona. Spectrum Dermatology is committed to providing every patient with thorough annual skin checks and the...

Being diagnosed with any type of cancer is scary, even when you know skin cancer is the most easily treated cancer when caught early. Spectrum Dermatology is committed to making your skin cancer treatment as quick and comfortable as possible, and this means ensuring minimal...

Classes are back in session for many people, and it’s always a good time to learn about the various types of skin cancer—there are probably more than you think. The skin is comprised of many cells, and there are over three million cases of diagnosed...

Twenty percent of US adults will have some form of skin cancer by the time they’re 70, but women, in general, are being diagnosed with skin cancer—and at younger ages. Spectrum Dermatology encourages everyone to get an annual skin check, but especially if you’ve ever...

When it comes to yearly exams, a lot of people are more diligent about seeing their primary care physician and dentist compared to seeing their dermatologist. Spectrum Dermatology regularly sees patients who want to treat acne or undergo an aesthetic treatment, but not nearly as...

Even though it’s important to wear sunscreen year-round, there is a higher risk of sun damage in the summer months. Spectrum Dermatology specializes in treating and preventing a wide range of skin conditions, including skin cancer. There are various types of skin cancers, and melanoma...