Suspicious Lesion

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Skin cancers — including melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma — often start as changes to your skin. They can be new growths or precancerous lesions — changes that are not cancer but could become cancer over time. An estimated 40% to 50% of fair-skinned people who live to be 65 will develop at least one skin cancer. Learn to spot the early warning signs. Skin cancer can be cured if it’s found and treated early.

If one of our doctors detects an area that looks suspicious, the doctor will need to keep a close eye on that area. Your doctor will put you on a follow up program and check on that suspicious area and catch the cancer early in it’s progression.

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We are now accepting in-office appointments!

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We will continue to offer Teledermatology appointments but are now opening our doors for in-person visits as well. While we reopen our offices, the health and safety of our patients and our staff remain our #1 priority.

We are using strict CDC and published OSHA guidelines to routinely sanitize our stations and exam rooms. All equipment and patient contact surfaces are also sanitized after each use and again at the end of the day. We are observing new protocols that we ask you to adhere to for your own health, as well as the vulnerable among us.

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