Mohs Surgery

Mohs surgery is the surgical removal of skin cancer from your skin, layer by layer. Mohs surgery allows the evaluation of skin cancer cells during the procedure, which results in the highest cure rate possible while removing the least amount of tissue.

The technique is most commonly used for basal cell squamous cell carcinomas. Cancers that are likely to recur or have already recurred are often treated using this method. Mohs surgery is ideal for the elimination of skin cancers in cosmetically and functionally critical areas such as the face (nose, eyelids, lips, and scalp), hands, feet and genitals.


MOHS SURGEONS

Kevin St. Clair, MD, FAAD

Fellow American Society for Mohs Surgery
Certified, American Board of Dermatology

 

 

Chris Schach, MD, FAAD

Fellow American Society for Mohs Surgery
Certified, American Board of Dermatology

 

 

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