One of Southwest Florida’s most experienced dermatology practices is where your skin health is our primary concern.
With dermatology offices conveniently located in Naples and Fort Myers, Harris Dermatology is committed to providing the highest level of patient care possible. Our state-of-the-art facilities bring you the best technology and the latest procedures in dermatological care.
At Harris Dermatology, our expert, board certified Fort Myers and Naples dermatologists specialize in skin cancer, prevention, detection and treatment using the latest advancements in dermatology. When it comes to sun-damaged and aging skin, Harris Dermatology pride ourselves on offering the latest non-surgical cosmetic skin restoration techniques to renew your skin back to a youthful appearance.
Harris Dermatology is solely dedicated to one thing: detecting, treating and preventing skin cancer. Because detecting skin cancer takes a well-trained, experienced eye, our physicians believe board certified dermatologists are the most appropriate health care providers to diagnose skin cancers. That is why our board certified dermatologists in Fort Myers and Naples will examine every new patient to detect and diagnose suspicious lesions.
Harris Dermatology has been performing Mohs surgery for skin cancer in Fort Myers and Naples since 2000. Mohs surgery is a precise surgical technique used to treat skin cancer. At Harris Dermatology, you won’t be treated like a number. We take the time to care.
Living in Fort Myers and Naples Florida, it’s especially important to be informed about skin cancer prevention and general skin health. Please feel free to browse our website for more detailed information about the three board certified dermatologists and the services Harris Dermatology provides.
To schedule a consultation with one of our skilled professional Naples dermatologists or Fort Myers dermatologists, please call one of our two conveniently located offices. We look forward to serving all your skin care needs. Be sure to visit our patient pre-registration section of our website. You will find pre-registration forms and driving directions to both the Naples and Fort Myers Dermatology office.
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Skin colour varies according to the latitude and, therefore, according to the intensity of incident ultraviolet light: individuals living at low latitudes have darker skin, whereas those living at high latitudes have pale pigmentation. One researcher has studied why this depigmentation has taken place, and has concluded that evolution is furthering mutations that are lightening the skin, probably owing to the need to synthesize vitamin D at latitudes where there is reduced solar irradiation (compared with Africa) although, in turn, this increases the probability of developing melanoma or skin cancer.
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