Category Archives: Basal & Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Keratinizing squamous cell carcinoma of the skin on the back of an elderly person

Why Consider Mohs Surgery for Basal Cell Carcinoma

Statistics in skin cancer reveal that basal cell carcinoma is the most predominant form of this disease. It is the role of the dermatologist to alert patients to their risks and to educate them in prevention and awareness of suspicious growths. Additionally, a dermatologist wants to provide the utmost care to patients who are diagnosed […]

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Focus on Eyelid Skin Cancers

Our eyes are truly phenomenal in the way that they adjust to see near and far, in high-light and low-light. While there is a strong bony socket around each eye to protect internal structures, it is up to each individual to protect the thin, delicate skin on the eyelids and around the eyes. This area […]



Basal Cell Carcinoma Long Beach, CA

It’s Just Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Watch Videos About Mohs Surgery Here! The majority (80 percent) of skin cancer diagnoses made each year are related to basal cells, or BCCs. Diagnoses of squamous cell carcinomas, SCCs, occur less frequently but are by no means uncommon. It is essential that physicians and patients know how to recognize squamous cell carcinomas. Furthermore, it […]


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