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Depending on the type and severity of each patient’s individual skin condition, dermatologic surgery can provide long-term results through safe and highly effective procedures that are associated with short recovery times and minimal scarring. While patients often experience mild redness and skin irritation after these procedures, they are able to quickly return to normal activities and achieve long-term results after treatment.

We provide a wide range of surgical procedures to provide patients with the most effective results for their skin condition, including thorough removal of skin cancer and other harmful diseases. The best treatment for each patient will be determined during a one-on-one evaluation that includes a physical exam and discussion of the patient’s goals for treatment.

Mohs Surgery

Mohs Surgery is one of the most commonly performed dermatologic procedures, as well as one of the most effective treatments for skin cancer. With a success rate of 97-99%, Mohs surgery involves the systematic removal and analysis of thin layers of skin at the tumor site until the last traces of cancerous tissue have been eliminated. Only cancerous tissue is removed during this process, minimizing both post-operative wound size and the risk of regrowth.

Mohs surgery is most commonly used for basal and squamous cell carcinomas, although it can be recommended for the removal of melanoma as well. Its high precision makes it ideal for treatment of cancer in cosmetically and functionally critical areas such as the face, hands, feet and genitals.

Scar Revision

Scar Revision is performed to reduce the appearance of scars caused by injury or previous surgery. While many scars fade over time and eventually transform to become barely noticeable, many patients experience disruptions to the healing process that causes scars to become red, raised, indented or otherwise deformed.

Surgical Excision of Scars

Surgical Excision of Scars offers patients the most thorough treatment of the affected area by removing the scar and surrounding damaged tissue with a scalpel. A skin flap or graft may be used to restore the appearance of the skin in the treated area, as well as improving movement and flexibility.


Keloids are overgrown areas of scar tissue that form at the site of a previous injury such as an incision, wound, vaccination, pimple or piercing. They appear on the skin as an irregularly-shaped pink or red scar that is raised above the rest of the skin and continues to grow into areas that were not affected by the initial injury.

Treatment of keloids can vary depending on the personal preference and desired outcome of the patient, but may include cryotherapy, laser removal or surgery to reduce the appearance or completely remove the keloid and restore the appearance of the skin. These procedures are considered safe, but may leave a scar in the treated area.


Curettage and electrodesiccation are a skin cancer treatment that involves scraping the abnormal cells with a curette and then “burning” or cauterizing the area with an electric current or liquid nitrogen to seal the blood vessels and remove all remaining cancer cells. This process may be repeated up to three times to ensure complete removal.

Curettage may be performed alone or in conjunction with other treatments. When performed together, curettage and electrodesiccation are most effective for primary lesions and are sometimes used for recurrent lesions as well. Your doctor will determine which treatment is best for your individual condition.

Cryosurgery, also known as cryotherapy, is a minimally invasive treatment that uses freezing cold temperatures to destroy abnormal tissue cells. These cells can include skin tumors, nodules, skin tags or other unwanted lesions on the skin that may be of medical or cosmetic concern.

During the cryosurgery procedure, your doctor will apply nitrogen or argon gas directly on the skin. The diseased cells cannot survive extremely cold conditions and will be destroyed. Cryosurgery has a shorter treatment and recovery time than surgical procedures while providing highly effective results. Pigment loss and swelling may occur in the treated area after this type of surgery, but most patients are able to achieve successful results with cryotherapy.

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