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Does Mohs Surgery Hurt?

Mohs surgery is the most effective and advanced treatment for skin cancer with the highest cure rate. It assures the complete removal of skin cancer with minimal loss of healthy tissue that surrounds it. It is no wonder that Mohs surgery is the most highly sought after type of skin cancer treatment. But one [...]

By |2019-09-11T13:36:01+00:00September 3rd, 2019|Mohs Surgery|0 Comments

How Do I Prepare For Mohs Surgery?

After determining that Mohs surgery is the best method of skin cancer removal for you and your procedure has been scheduled, you may be wondering what you will need to do to prepare. Dr. Weyer’s team of medical assistant will give you a thorough list of things you will need to know, but the [...]

Why Does My Skin Cancer Require Mohs Surgery?

You may have just been diagnosed with skin cancer and your surgeon has recommended that you undergo a cancer surgery called Mohs Surgery. You may have already heard of other types of treatments such as cryosurgery (freezing), wide excision, ED&C (scraping/burning) or even laser removal, but why does your skin cancer require Mohs surgery [...]

How Long Is the Recovery After Mohs Surgery?

What Is Mohs Surgery? Mohs Surgery is a highly effective treatment for the removal of certain types of skin cancer lesions. It is the most successful and precise technique for removing skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and even melanoma. This technique was designed to remove the [...]

By |2019-07-12T09:54:53+00:00January 14th, 2019|Mohs Surgery|0 Comments

Is Mohs Surgery an Outpatient Procedure?

Mohs Surgery is the most effective and advanced treatment for skin cancer with the highest potential rate of cure – up to 99% for primary basal cell carcinoma. The advantages of Mohs are assurance of complete cancer removal and minimal loss of healthy tissue surrounding the cancer. This results in smaller wounds and improved [...]

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