Dermatologic Surgery

Successful treatment for Basal cell skin cancer, melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma and various benign skin lesions.

Dermatologic Surgery Seattle

Our Mohs micrographic surgery is considered the most effective treatment available for the most common types of skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.

Our dermatologic surgeons genuinely care about their patients' outcome, as well as their experience at our clinic. We focus on getting to know each patient's condition, as well as delivering the most appropriate, helpful care during a challenging time. This approach has led to our high success rate and satisfied patients.

Seamless and comprehensive dermatologic surgical care

The precision of Mohs micrographic surgery benefits patients with the highest published cure rates for many types of skin cancer, making it less likely for cancer to grow back. Mohs also deliveres maximum preservation of healthy skin, which enhances the cosmetic and functional outcome. Don't wait, set up your consultation today.

Our Dermatologic Surgical Procedures:

Our dermatologic surgeons here are board-certified with extensive modern training and ongoing experience with successful results. Our expertise and knowledge mean that patients achieve the best possible outcome, with minimal scarring. We are doing surgery on a daily basis here at Dermatology Associates so we are experienced and well-equipped to keep you comfortable through the whole process (briefly explained below).

Patient Assesment:

All patients are evaluated and treated by a board-certified dermatologist, and our dermatologic surgeons have specialized training in Mohs surgery, reconstructive surgery, and cosmetic surgery.This high level of knowledge and skill helps ensure the best possible results for our patients. The dermatologists at our skin research and dermatology clinic collaborate with other specialists whenever needed, making care seamless and comprehensive.[ Make an appointment }

Mohs Procedure:

After numbing the area with a local anesthetic, the Mohs surgeon removes a layer of cancerous tissue. You receive a temporary bandage for the wound. Our well trained Mohs surgeon examines the tissue under a microscope in a lab within the office to determine the exact location of the cancerous cells and if all cancer has been completely removed. If necessary, the process will be repeated until no cancer cells remain. Your Mohs surgeon will work with you to determine the best reconstruction and closure options—based on the size, depth, and location of the tumor removed. You will schedule follow-up appointments for suture removal in 7-10 days. This is an outpatient procedure that requires only local anesthetic. With an expert surgeon and care team, this surgery is highly effective; it provides excellent cure rates and spares as much of the healthy skin and tissue as possible, ultimately leading to a smaller, less noticeable scar. [ Learn more about mohs surgery }

Excisional Surgery:

Surgeries that do not require the finesse of Mohs surgery can be done as simple excisional surgery. This can be done for skin cancers when they are not on the face or benign lumps and bumps occurring anywhere on the skin. Typically, the surgeon will come and mark the area to be removed. The area will then being numbed up with local anesthetic making the rest of the procedure pain free. The surgery will then be carried out, the wound closed expertly and the wound dressing applied. Depending on the location, the sutures will be removed in 7-10 days. [ Make an appointment }

Dermatology Surgery Results: Before & After

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