- In-Office Procedures: Most dermatologic surgeries can be conveniently performed within the comfort of our office, eliminating the need for hospital visits in most cases.
- Mohs Micrographic Surgery: A highly precise technique for skin cancer removal, maximizing tissue preservation and minimizing scarring.
- Skin Cancer Excisions: Surgical removal of various skin cancers, including basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma, to ensure complete eradication and prevent recurrence.
- Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery: Aesthetic procedures such as mole removal and skin tag removal to enhance the appearance of the skin.
- Electrosurgery and Laser Procedures: Utilizing advanced technologies for precise cutting, coagulation, and tissue removal, reducing bleeding and promoting faster healing.
- Cryosurgery: Removal of benign or pre-cancerous lesions using freezing techniques, commonly employed for warts, actinic keratosis, and other skin conditions.
- Biopsy Procedures: Diagnostic skin biopsies to assess and determine the nature of skin abnormalities, guiding appropriate treatment plans.
- Lipoma Removal: Surgical removal of benign fatty tumors to address cosmetic concerns or discomfort.
What to expect if you need dermatologic surgery
If a growth is found on the skin, a biopsy – or removal of part of the growth – may be performed to determine whether or not the growth is benign or malignant.
Following the biopsy, the doctor will then determine a further course of action. Many benign growths such as actinic keratoses, seborrheic keratoses, and moles may be removed to avoid becoming cancerous in the future.
Each procedure is tailored to the specific needs of the patient, promoting both therapeutic and cosmetic outcomes.
Most dermatologic surgeries are performed under local anesthesia, ensuring patient comfort and facilitating a quicker recovery.