Skin Cancer Removal

Survival of this Disease has
Doubled in the Past 40 Years

Please schedule an appointment for a skin screening if you notice:

  • Asymmetry in a mole
  • Ragged, blurred or irregular borders of moles
  • Different shades of color in a mole
  • Diameter larger than the eraser of a pencil
  • A mole that is elevated or raised from the skin
  • A new mole that looks different from the others on your body
  • Any change in the appearance of an existing mole

Self-examination of the skin is important to detect any of these changes. Examine your skin while it is still wet and use a full-length mirror. Pay special attention during times of pregnancy, menopause or during teenage years. The doctors can advise you regarding the details and frequency of these exams.

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