Skin Cancer & Mohs Surgery

Skin cancer is a prevalent condition characterized by the abnormal growth of skin cells, often caused by prolonged sun exposure or genetic factors. Mohs surgery is a specialized technique used to treat certain types of skin cancer, particularly those with high recurrence rates or located in sensitive areas. It involves the precise removal of cancerous tissue layer by layer, while preserving healthy tissue, and immediate microscopic examination to ensure complete removal. Mohs surgery offers high cure rates and minimal damage to healthy tissue, making it an effective treatment option for skin cancer.

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