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Mohs Micrographic Surgery is a dermatological procedure intended to fully remove skin cancer while still leaving healthy skin and tissue intact. This treatment can be performed under local anesthetic, and provides the best cosmetic outcome with minimal scarring. Seen here is a demonstration of a Mohs technique in action as performed by Dr. Daniel Behroozan. Dr. Behroozan offers the Mohs procedure and other medical dermatology treatments to all Los Angeles patients at his two offices located in Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. For more information, visit 🤍
According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, Mohs surgery has a skin cancer cure rate of 99%.
Mohs surgery differs from other skin cancer treatments in that it permits the immediate and complete microscopic examination of the removed cancerous tissue, so that all “roots” and extensions of the cancer can be eliminated. Due to the methodical manner in which tissue is removed and examined, Mohs surgery has been recognized as the skin cancer treatment with the highest reported cure rate. To learn more about Moh's Surgery: 🤍 Dr. Jochen specializes in Mohs Surgery for skin cancer removal, facial rejuvenation including cosmetic laser technology, Botox®, and facial fillers, soft tissue augmentation, leg and facial vein treatment, tumescent liposuction, and hair restoration/transplants. Follow us on: 💙 Instagram - 🤍 💙 Pinterest - 🤍 💙 Facebook - 🤍
#skincancerawareness #mohssurgery #skincancer This is a documentation of my Mohs Surgery for Basal cell carcinoma on my nose near my eye. I document from immediately after the procedure to 48 hrs following recovery. I will upload one week when my stitches are removed. Here is my skin cancer playlist: 🤍
In this video, Matthew Hanasono, MD discusses “Scalp Reconstruction after Mohs Cancer Excision: Lessons Learned from More Than 900 Consecutive Cases” by Harirah, Sanniec, Yates, Harirah, and Thornton, which appears in the May 2021 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 147 Issue 5. Read it: 🤍
Dr. Joshua Rosenberg of the Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at The Mount Sinai Hospital describes Mohs reconstruction surgery. This is a specialized reconstruction procedure after the removal of skin cancer to minimize scarring. This may involve sutures, a skin graft or a skin flap. To learn more, visit 🤍mountsinai.org/facialplastics and click "Reconstructive Surgery" or call 212-241-9410 to schedule a consultation or refer a patient.
Ward MD Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs) This patient had a couple defects of the face resulting from removal of skin cancers. To reconstruct the nose, I used a forehead flap taking tissue from the forehead and using it to rebuild the nose. She is healing great and we can’t wait to see her final result! #wardmd #mohs #skincancer #plasticsurgery #facialsurgery #topdoc #saltlakecity #utah #foreheadflap
Abigail, 27, noticed a spot on her nose that seemed to come from out of nowhere. She ignored it for a while, until she decided to have a dermatologist check. "The first dermatologist I saw just brushed it off..." she explained. But the spot was still concerning her 5-6 months later, so she went back and the biopsy showed basal cell carcinoma. That's when she was directed to Ada West Dermatology and one of Idahos' best Mohs Surgeons, Ryan Thorpe, MD, FAAD. Dr. Thorpe spent 8 hours in surgery to eradicate the cancer on Abigail's nose and now, 7 months later, she's fully healed and you'd never know she had a significant section section of the skin off her nose removed. We applaud Abigail for trusting her gut and getting the spot on her nose checked as well as for wearing hats and sunscreen everyday!! For surgical before and after photos, visit 🤍 Because skin cancer on the face is the last place anyone wants scarring, disfigurement or recurrence, a skilled Mohs surgeon with experience and high level training is imperative. Ada West Dermatology has two skilled surgeons- learn more about them here: Dr. Thorpe: 🤍 Dr. Winchester: 🤍
Dr. Thorpe talks about how infiltrative basal cell carcinoma essentially took the entire tip of his patient's nose, how it grows, how Mohs surgery cures the cancer and results in the best healing possible.
Pason talks about 1 week after MOHs skin cancer surgery on scalp. 5-12-20 🤍TraumaToFitness.com
Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer. It develops in the cells that produce melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color. Melanoma is one of the most common cancer types in the U. S. Roughly 2% of people will be diagnosed with melanoma of the skin at some point during their lifetime, according to the National Cancer Institute. Treatment for early stage melanomas usually includes surgery to remove the melanoma. Mohs surgery is a precise surgical technique used to treat skin cancer. During Mohs surgery, thin layers of cancer-containing skin are progressively removed and examined until only cancer-free tissue remains. "Mohs surgery is essentially skin cancer removal," explains Dr. Nahid Vidal, a dermatologic surgeon at Mayo Clinic. "It's a surgical removal process that's highly specialized, where we're removing the skin cancer with a goal of not only removing all of it, but also leaving behind as much healthy tissue as possible." Mohs surgery allows surgeons to verify in real time through pathology that all cancer cells have been removed at the time of surgery. This increases the chance of a cure and reduces the need for additional treatments or additional surgery. On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Vidal discusses skin cancer and the use of Mohs surgery to treat early stage melanoma. For the safety of its patients, staff and visitors, Mayo Clinic has strict masking policies in place. Anyone shown without a mask was recorded prior to COVID-19 or recorded in an area not designated for patient care, where social distancing and other safety protocols were followed. FOR THE PUBLIC: More health and medical news on the Mayo Clinic News Network. 🤍 FOR THE MEDIA ONLY: Register at 🤍 to access clean and nat sound versions of this video on the Mayo Clinic News Network. 🤍
Imagine going to the hospital to have basal cell skin cancer removed from your face, only to learn it had spread so aggressively that your entire nose had to be removed. That is what happened to one Arizona woman. In the past, her only option may have been a prosthesis through which she couldn’t breathe. Through regenerative medicine, a team at Mayo Clinic in Arizona was able to remove all her cancer and build a new nose just like the one she was born with – including the ability to sneeze, smell and generate fluids. Read more on the Center for Regenerative Biotherapeutics blog: 🤍
Learn about basic plastic surgery techniques and why scars are sometimes longer than patients expect. Also, learn how the "reconstructive ladder" thought process is used in deciding what the best technique is for closing a hole.
Meet Dr. Joel Aronowitz, Plastic & Reconstructive surgeon in Los Angeles. Dr. Aronowitz has been one of the most reputable plastic and reconstructive surgeons of Beverly Hills, California for the past 30 years. In this episode of CUTBLEEDSEW, you will see the removal of a skin cancer of the Nose from the preoperative stage all the way to the postoperative stage. Have questions? Comment them below! Be sure to subscribe and never miss a stitch from Aronowitzland! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍aronowitzmd YouTube: 🤍 Learn more: 🤍AronowitzMD.com Call us at 310-659-0705 to book a consultation!
Leading dermatologist and dermatological surgeon Dr Raj Mallipeddi explains the history of Mohs surgery, what it is used for, and how it can help patients in the treatment of skin cancer. Which forms of skin cancer is Mohs surgery appropriate for? Does Mohs surgery leave a scar? What is the recovery like? Dr Mallipeddi explains all of this, and more. Interested in making an appointment to discuss Mohs surgery? Book with Dr Mallipeddi here: 🤍
Skin cancer is THE most common type of cancer in the United States and worldwide. There are many different types of skin cancer, but in this video, I explain the three most common ones: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. You'll learn how to identify these types of skin cancer, what causes skin cancer, and some treatments that dermatologists use to remove skin cancer. More sun protection videos: Sunburn Treatments: 🤍 Dermatologist Favorite Sunscreens: 🤍 CONNECT WITH ME: Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍 CHAPTER: 00:00 Intro 00:33 In this Video 00:56 What is Skin Cancer 01:24 Basal Cell Carcinoma 02:31 Squamous Cell Carcinoma 03:20 Melanoma 06:56 Risk Factors 08:37 Prevention 09:59 Diagnosis 10:30 Skin Cancer Treatments 12:32 Final Thoughts IMAGE CREDITS: Cameron, M. C., Lee, E., Hibler, B. P., Cordova, M., Nehal, K. S., & Rossi, A. M. (2018, May 18). Basal cell carcinoma Epidemiology; pathophysiology; clinical and histological subtypes; and disease associations. Retrieved May 23, 2022, from 🤍 T. Que, Syril Keena, et al. Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 1 Feb. 2018, 🤍 Kwiek, B., & Schwartz, R. A. (2016, June 1). Keratoacanthoma (KA): An update and review. Retrieved May 23, 2022, from 🤍 Torjesen;, I. (2019, January 6). AAD updates cutaneous melanoma guidelines. Dermatology Times. Retrieved May 23, 2022, from 🤍 What to look for: Abcdes of melanoma. American Academy of Dermatology. (n.d.). Retrieved May 23, 2022, from 🤍 DISCLAIMER: The information in this video is not intended as medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician. Some of the links in this description may be affiliate links (marked with *). Affiliate links help support my YouTube channel so I can continue to create fun, informational skincare videos for you. Also, some products may have been received as PR. Thanks for watching!
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Learn all about reconstructing areas of the face effected by skin cancer on this episode of the Younger You with Troy Thompson from ABC4Utah. Dr. Scott Thompson performs Mohs surgery for a patient who had skin cancer removed from the tip of her nose. Learn all about Mohs surgery, how it is sometimes performed, and the amazing results that can be achieved with a talented facial plastic surgeon, such as Dr. Scott Thompson. Dr. Thompson is a dual certified facial plastic surgeon with three locations near SLC, Utah. Learn more about his cosmetic and reconstructive facial procedures by visiting 🤍utahfacialplastics.com or by calling (801)776-2220.
ONE MONTH OUT FROM MOHS SURGERY MY MOHS SURGERY EXPERIENCE On December 8, 2017, I had Mohs Surgery for what my dermatologist originally told me was Basal Cell Carcinoma. Unfortunately, she did not do a biopsy at the time and I learned just days before my scheduled Mohs surgery that it was likely that I had a benign lesion instead of skin cancer. My dermatologist's failure to do the biopsy led me down a path that resulted in my having the Mohs surgery for a benign lesion. Although after the surgery I initially thought I should not have had the Mohs surgery, after talking with the surgeon, he said that underneath the skin, the tumor was more widespread then it looked on the surface and that Mohs surgery was the best way to remove the entire tumor with the best cosmetic result. I flew to Spokane, Washington to have the surgery with Dr. Conrad Chestnut as he is both a Board Certified Dermatologist and Mohs Fellow and also Board Certified in Plastic Surgery. His patient reviews and photos are outstanding and he did an excellent job with my surgery. To all my wonderful viewers, thank you so much for your kindness and support through this ordeal. Your support means the world to me. XXOO My Mohs Surgeon - Conrad Chestnut, MD, FAAD, FACMS : 🤍 SKINCARE VIDEOS: RETIN-A FOR HOODED LIDS - VIEW 10 MONTH RESULTS: 🤍 RETIN-A REDUCES HOODED LIDS (6 months results): 🤍 $8 CREAM TO ERASE NECK WRINKLES: 🤍 RETIN-A ROUTINE AT 59: 🤍 LARGER LIPS IN 30 DAYS VIDEO: 🤍 P.M. SKINCARE + RETIN-A VIDEO: 🤍 3 WAYS TO STOP RETIN-A PEELING, REDNESS & IRRITATION: 🤍 JOIN RAKUTEN ! GET 2%-10% CASH BACK ON YOUR ONLINE PURCHASES! Link to join Rakuten and get $20: 🤍 How Does Rakuten Work? When you want to go shopping online, go to Rakuten first. Search for the store you want to visit (i.e. Macy's Amazon, Old Navy, etc), then click on the offer you want to use! Each quarter you will receive a check from Rakuten for your Online Rebates (it's just like the old rebates, except you don't have to send anything in to get money back, except go through Rakuten). Purchasing items through the above links (if applicable) helps support this channel as I receive a commission from the sale, however, using the links does not cost you any more. You may choose to use or not use the links. Either way, I appreciate your viewing my videos. FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Face Book: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 WHY FIFTY PLUS BEAUTY? I'm Beth, and welcome to Fifty Plus Beauty! Once I passed fifty, I was looking increasingly old and worn-out. Through watching other 50+ women here on YouTube, and doing my own research, I have made positive changes in my makeup and skincare I would like to share. Aging isn't for sissies and life teaches us important lessons as we go. I hope you'll join me on this wonderful journey. Please subscribe to Fifty Plus Beauty to see my weekly videos. I HOPE YOU'LL MAKE YOUR SECOND HALF, YOUR BEST HALF! That's pretty important, and so are you. XXOO Beth Disclaimer: The information in this video is for informational purposes only. Always consult a healthcare professional before taking any actions discussed or implied in the video or purchasing and/or using any products discussed. Note: I have purchased the majority of products in my videos. II I ever receive a product free, I will mention it in the video. I have never accepted money to do a video, and I will never accept money in exchange for a positive review. I always give my subscribers my honest opinion. BUSINESS INQUIRIES: For business inquiries, I can be reached through email at EmpowerBeth🤍gmail.com, or you may send correspondence to: Fifty Plus Beauty PO Box 781321 Wichita, KS 67207-9998 Other great YouTubers you may enjoy: Angie (HotandFlashy) 🤍 MaryEllen After 60 🤍 Some Younger Ones (but they're still good!): Emily Noel83 🤍 Tati 🤍 Carli Bybel 🤍
4 Min. graphic video for dermatologic/plastic surgeons showing a simple approach to a superficial defect after the Mohs surgical removal of a Basal Cell Carcinoma. The defect is predominately on the lateral nasal ala but also involves a small portion of the medial cheek.
Using generative AI, this time lapse sequence shows how squamous cell carcinoma skin cancer develops over 25 years. Starting with normal skin, sun damage eventually leads to actinic keratosis formation. In about 10% of actinic keratosis, malignant change occurs ultimately resulting in the development of skin cancer. Obviously, such a time lapse can not be realistically accomplished as there is no way to know if any given area of skin will turn into cancer. Obviously, somebody with such future knowledge would have to start taking such photos now in the same spot over next 25 years to watch it slowly turn into cancer. Watch time lapse video of basal cell carcinoma: 🤍 Or melanoma time lapse: 🤍 Watch this video to see how these can be surgical removed: 🤍 Video created by Dr. Christopher Chang: 🤍 Still haven’t subscribed to Fauquier ENT on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Music Background: Air Prelude by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 #skincancer #timelapse #squamouscellcarcinoma #actinickeratosis #sundamage #scc
Horizon Medical Services Skin Cancer Treatment Expert, Dr. Mark Pomper says, "When it comes to choosing Mohs surgery or Radiation Therapy, you've got to consider the pros and cons of both treatments for your particular skin cancer situation." He breaks it all down for Health Specialist Mitzel in this interview. Mohs For Skin Cancer: Mohs is an invasive surgical treatment option to remove skin cancer. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, it has a cure rate of 99% for skin cancer that has not been treated before and 94% for skin cancer that has recurred after prior treatment. During a Mohs procedure layers of skin are removed one by one then examined under a microscope to check for cancer cells. This is repeated layer-by-layer until they can find no more cancer cells in the last slice taken. This process is painful and can take many hours and require many slices of skin to be removed to make sure all the cancer has been removed. Expect to spend a long day at the doctor's office on the day of the procedure. Mohs is a surgical procedure, so with it come risks like bleeding, infection, and scarring. Patients most often require downtime as it takes time to heal the open wound left behind from the treatment. Radiation Therapy for Skin Cancer: Radiation is a non-surgical treatment for patients with skin cancer. It's especially helpful for difficult-to-treat areas of the body and for people older people who can't have surgery due to other medical problems, or medications they are on, or simply don't want surgery. Radiation has been used to treat skin cancer for over 100 years and also has a high cure rate. It kills the cancer by targeting the cancer directly with superficial radiation, so there is no cutting and no surgery. Dr. Pomper says, "In some cases radiation is a better than Mohs especially for an older, infirm patient. And for areas that are difficult to repair cosmetically, such as the rim of the nostril, radiation is superior because the cosmetic result is better.” According to the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, superficial radiation therapy should be the first option for certain types of skin cancer because cure rates are similar to surgical options. What is the Best Type of Radiation Therapy? One of the most highly effective types of radiation to treat skin cancer is high-dose radiation (HDR). That is what Dr. Pomper offers at Horizon Medical Services. Horizon's team of oncologists treat patients in Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. HDR therapy is a favorable option because of its effectiveness and ability to spare healthy tissue surrounding the cancer site. It is also relatively painless. There is little downtime and patients avoid the risks that come with surgery. Where to Get Skin Cancer Treatment in Miami? While patients rely on their doctors for guidance on treatment plans, it is up to them to do their own research to determine which skin cancer treatment plan is best for them. Getting a second opinion is always a good idea. Horizon Medical Services will walk you through the decision-making process and help you determine if radiation is your best option or another type of treatment is better for your particular needs. If you go with Horizon, you should know we are a mobile skin cancer treatment option. We travel right to our patients in Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. Our treatment vehicles are state-of-the-art radiation therapy offices on wheels. Our skin cancer treatment experts make house calls to treat skin cancer and are among the most experienced nationwide, with 30 plus years of experience treating patients. “Many patients are scared of surgery when it comes to skin cancer procedures, especially when it’s on the face,” says Dr. Pomper, radiation oncologist and Medical Director of Horizon Medical Services. “Alternatives like HDR can provide patients with safe, effective long-term results with little downtime and a better cosmetic outcome.” The length and type of treatment often depend on the type and stage of a patient’s skin cancer. Typically, about 14 treatments are needed and each lasts less than 30 minutes. Our team includes radiation oncologists, physicists and radiation therapists who personally monitor patients’ treatments and are with them every step of the way. To book an appointment or learn more about our mobile radiation therapy services for skin cancer treatment, call us at (786) 687-8001 or go to our website now 🤍skincanceroption.com
Z-ROC Dermatology (954) 564-0040 🤍ZRocDerm.com 🤍 🤍 🤍 Are you dealing with mystery moles, skin growths or other issues? At Z-ROC Dermatology, we offer skin cancer screenings to help address problem spots. If you have melanoma, we can help treat the situation with Mohs surgery in Fort Lauderdale. This procedure can help remove skin cancer with expert precision and minimal effects. Mohs surgery can help remove Basal Cell Carcinoma & Squamous Cell Carcinoma. At Z-ROC Dermatology, we know that Mohs surgery in Fort Lauderdale is a popular procedure. We use the latest techniques to ensure Mohs success. Mohs surgery has one of the most impressive success rates! Stop by today to learn more about Mohs surgery in Fort Lauderdale!
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In this webinar, Laser and Skin Surgery Center's board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Leonard Bernstein, explains to us everything we need to know about skin cancer. He covers various topics including skin cancer prevention, skin cancer screening, the various types of skin cancers, and the different types of skin cancer treatments. Dr. Bernstein also gives us an in-depth review of Mohs Surgery, a highly reputable surgical technique to remove skin cancer. At the end of the webinar, Dr. Bernstein answers several questions from our live webinar audience. To learn more about skin cancer and Mohs Surgery, visit: 🤍 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Share this video: 🤍 The Laser and Skin Surgery Center of New York, located in Manhattan, New York, is home to leading board-certified dermatologists and plastic surgeons who are experts at laser, injectable, and contouring treatments for the skin and body. At Laser Skin Surgery Center we have 17 board-certified physicians. Many of them are experts in the topic discussed during this webinar. And each speaker also has expertise in areas not mentioned during this webinar. If you have any questions please feel free to contact our office!
It's a skin cancer remedy invented in the 1930's that's becoming more popular today. News 13's Jay Siltzer found out first hand about Mohs surgery for this special Health Alert. Dr. Michael Loosemore, "there is a sort of skin cancer epidemic you could call it going on." Under Jay Siltzer's TV makeup is a three-inch scar, "it's been 6 weeks, that's not a long time." Especially considering it resulted from cancer surgery to remove basal cell carcinoma from his forehead that looked relatively harmless. Dr. Michael Loosemore, Carolina Mountain Dermatology, "I think your case highlights the difficulty of knowing what's going on. No one would expect you to know that the spot that looks like a scar, is actually a skin cancer." Dr. Loosemore, "this is almost the nightmare scenario you have." Cancer beneath the skin 7 times larger than the initial spot, penetrating almost to the skull. It required several attempts in one day to remove the cancer, while preserving as much good tissue as possible, through Mohs surgery. "By doing the Mohs surgery we are able to look at 99 percent of the exterior margins of the tumor as well as base of tumor and know with certainty you are tumor free after the procedure." Danny Lasure, cancer survivor, "you leave here with a big sense of relief that it's done and you followed up with it, if you don't you know what the repercussions are." Danny Lasure realizes he could easily be dead from three recent bouts with skin cancer likely stemming from playing outdoors as a kid with no sunscreen. The first problem appeared on his back. Danny, "I had melanoma surgery, been about 4 years ago. After that, I had squamous cell on this side and basal cell on this side and I've had the Mohs surgery up here twice." For Danny, there is little visible sign of the procedure because of reconstructive techniques. For Jay, suturing up a nearly half-dollar-size hole proved more difficult. 20-plus stitches and several weeks later, injections are still needed to reduce swelling and blend the color, it is a scenario that's happening to more and more people from too much exposure to UV rays. Dr. Loosemore, "I mean 50, 60 year olds are absolutely the norm and unfortunately 40 year olds becoming the norm as well." With more and more patients in their 20s and 30s also being seen for skin cancer that doctors say could likely have been prevented by using sunscreen, wearing protective clothing and avoiding tanning beds. _ Follow WLOS on social media: WLOS ABC 13 News on Facebook: 🤍 WLOS ABC 13 News on Twitter: 🤍 WLOS ABC 13 News on Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to WLOS on YouTube: 🤍 Listen to AnchorMOMS, the Podcast: 🤍 Watch more top local news stories: 🤍 For all of the day’s top local and national news, visit 🤍 Watch our live newscasts and other live video at 🤍 Have a news tip? Send it directly to us: Email us: news🤍wlos.com Call the Newsroom: 828.684.1340 WLOS ABC 13 News serves the Asheville, NC area and the rest of western North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina. We keep our audience informed through local news, weather forecasts, traffic updates, notices of community events, sports and entertainment programming since 1954.
Melanoma Diagnosis. Mohs Surgery and Excision for the Deadliest Skin Cancer Farm Girl went to the dermatologist for a skin exam and had regular burning of moles and spots. One mole, in particular, was alarming to the dermatologist. She took a quarter-sized piece of tissue for a biopsy and in two weeks, it came back as a precursor to melanoma. An excision surgery was scheduled and performed two weeks later. The large piece of tissue from the surgery was also sent for biopsy and in another two weeks we were informed that indeed was melanoma and that further surgery was needed. This news came on Thursday and we were told that we would get a call from another surgeon on Monday. The problem was that we were told that the surgeon that was to call us was going to open the healing wound, remove more tissue and leave the wound open overnight until a biopsy could be performed. This sounded barbaric but no other surgeons were available until Monday. When Monday came we wasted no time researching and finding the best in the area. What was crucial was finding one that performs MOHS surgery and was equipped to biopsy each piece or layer of tissue as it was removed. Ultimately removing bits until microscopy showed only healthy, melanoma-free tissue. Farm Girl's calendars and more- 🤍 Help support this channel- 🤍 Website- 🤍 Alternate Platform 🤍
(954) 564-0040 🤍 Google: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Cancer treatments have greatly improved in the last few years. Mohs surgery is one form of treatment that can help with skin cancer treatment. If you've recently been diagnosed with skin cancer, we know the time following can be scary. At Z-ROC Dermatology we provide Mohs surgery to help those who have been diagnosed with skin cancer treatment. This treatment has been proven effective in eliminating and controlling the following types of skin cancer: -Melanoma -Basal cell carcinoma -Squamous cell carcinoma Mohs micrographic surgery allows surgeons to remove the cancerous cell tissue without causing harm or damage to the healthy tissue. Mohs surgery is an effective option for skin cancer treatment in Fort Lauderdale. If you're looking for a dermatology clinic in Fort Lauderdale that offers Mohs micrographic surgery contact Z-ROC Dermatology today.
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I was diagnosed with infiltrative basal cell carcinoma and was not prepared for the outcome. This series will share my skin cancer journey from MOHS procedure to remove it, plastic surgery to fix it, choosing a sunscreen, to how social media helped me heal. Basal carcinoma is one of the most common forms of skin cancer, and yet I had never heard of it until I was diagnosed with it. I had only ever heard of Melanoma. I also had never heard of the MOHS procedure, which removes the cancer. Follow along on this CancerFace journey.