Information About Skin Cancer and Surgery Services

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Affecting millions of people every year, basal cell carcinoma is a slow-growing but potentially fatal cancer caused by overexposure to UV light.

Cryosurgery is a removal option available to many patients that uses liquid nitrogen to freeze off benign, precancerous, and cancerous skin growths.

A treatment option available for benign, precancerous, and cancerous growths, electrodesiccation and curettage can be performed on-site in our office.

Melanoma is the most dangerous and aggressive form of skin cancer, though it's also the least common, making up only 1% of skin cancer cases.

Early detection via a regular comprehensive skin cancer exam, and biopsy if needed, is key to the prevention of various types of skin cancers.

The second most common type of skin cancer, squamous cell carcinoma is caused by overexposure to the sun and can look like a wart or flaky nodule.

Dr. Day is skilled to treat skin cancer using a variety of treatment methods, including the surgical excision of the lesion and the tissue around it.

Topical chemotherapy is a treatment option available to some patients with precancerous or cancerous lesions that have been detected in early stages.

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