Skin cancer prevention begins in childhood and your risk is often based on the ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure you had in your lifetime. Although skin cancer is most commonly found in individuals with fair skin, individuals with medium to dark skin are still at risk. Skin cancers for individuals with medium to dark skin are often not detected as early because of the misconception that they are not at risk.
Our team of experts carefully monitors potential skin cancers by performing a skin exam. We prioritize early detection and offer a wide variety of skin cancer treatments.
Why Choose Us for Skin Cancer Care
- Multidisciplinary team. Your skin cancer team consists of dermatologists, oncologists, pathologists, nurses and nurse navigators who guide you through every step of your treatment plan.
- Customized treatment plan. You’ll receive a customized treatment plan based on your unique case and priorities.
- Specialized care. Our fellowship-trained physicians offer the most advanced treatment options available for skin cancer.
Conditions We Treat
We treat all types of skin cancers. The most well-known skin cancers are:
- Basal cell carcinoma, which resembles scars, pimples or irritated patches of skin that don’t heal. This is the most common type of skin cancer.
- Squamous cell carcinoma, characterized by scars, skin sores or other skin injuries that don’t seem to heal in areas that have been exposed to ultraviolet (UV) radiation (usually sunlight). This is the second most common type of skin cancer.
- Melanoma, which usually looks like a new, abnormal growth or a change of an existing mole. This is the most dangerous type of skin cancer.