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Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser resurfacing treatment enhances the appearance of the skin. It uses a laser to deliver brief pulses of high-energy light. Water and substances in the

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Dermatologist FAQ: Is Psoriasis Contagious?

Psoriasis leads to the development of red, scaly patches on the skin. It can appear as a rash, so the patient may worry about giving

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Dermabrasion

Dermabrasion is a dermatologic treatment that enhances the appearance of the skin. It involves the use of a wire brush or diamond wheel with rough

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Dermatologist FAQ: What is Psoriasis?

Psoriasis is not just a superficial skin condition. In fact, it actually develops underneath the skin. Psoriasis is a chronic or long-lasting condition of the

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Surgical Excision of Melanoma

Surgery to excise (remove) a melanoma eliminates the entire melanoma along with a margin (border) of healthy skin. The depth of the melanoma will determine

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Excision For Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

The removal of skin cancer along with some healthy tissue surrounding it (margin) is known as excision. A local anesthetic is used in this procedure

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Skin Biopsy

In case the doctor suspects that a suspicious spot on the skin might be melanoma, they will order a skin biopsy. In this procedure, the

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Mohs Surgery Sequence

Mohs surgery is considered the foremost treatment for specific skin cancers. For the best outcomes, it is vital to identify a qualified and experienced Mohs

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What is Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer?

Non-melanoma skin cancer initiates in the cells of the skin. A malignant (cancerous) growth refers to a group of cancer cells that can develop into

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Mohs Micrographic Surgery For Non-melanoma Skin Cancer

In Mohs micrographic surgery, the surgeon removes skin cancer layer-by-layer and analyzes these layers under a microscope right after they are removed. This procedure enables

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