Does skin cancer always require surgery?

While there are many treatment options for skin cancer, such as topical medications and light-based treatments, I still believe the most effective solution is cutting them out. For the most common types of skin cancer, such as Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma, I use MOHS, which is a precise micrographic surgical technique. It is an outpatient procedure that is not only the most effective treatment, but is a minimally invasive surgery. For Melanoma, depending on the size, location and depth, it can be removed with surgery, or a combination of surgery and radiation.  

Related Posts

What we do while we're masking...
What we do while we're masking...
"Curl my hair!"   -Kelsey, Sales Manager "I usually get my "me time" when I am masking. I love to catch up on my...
Read More
The KAPLAN MD Team shares their picks for Cyber Monday
The KAPLAN MD Team shares their picks for Cyber Monday
My top picks for Cyber Week are the Purifying Foam Cleanser and Hydrating Essence. It's perfect for my makeup loving ...
Read More
The KAPLAN MD Team shares their skincare horror stories...
The KAPLAN MD Team shares their skincare horror stories...
"I am allergic to strawberries. My old college roommate used to use my skincare products without telling me. I found ...
Read More

Search

Just added to your cart:
Qty:
Total:
Subtotal:
Excl. postage 
My Bag
Just added to your wishlist:
Excl. postage 
My Wishlist