Skin Cancer Prevention includes protecting skin from further sun damage as well as removing severely damaged skin cells before they have a chance to become a skin cancer.
Excessive exposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays can lead to skin cancer. The most common form of cancer in the United States is skin cancer. Keep your skin healthy with early detection and prevention!
A yearly skin check should be performed by your physician. Point out any skin changes you have noticed.
Treatments to Prevent Skin Cancer
Pre-cancerous cells can be removed with exfoliating treatments -aggressive peels and physician administered peels. Topical prescription strength creams such as Solaraze, Efudex, or Aldara may be prescribed by our physicians. A light-based treatment, photodynamic therapy is another option for treatment.