Mohs Skin Cancer Surgery is a highly successful method for removing non-melanoma skin cancer lesions, with success rates of up to 99%.
Skin cancer screenings involve a full exam of your skin for signs of actinic keratosis, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma.
Squamous cell carcinomas (SCC) can look like large, rough warts, scaly patches, open sores, or dark patches of skin and should be treated right away.
Basal cell carcinoma is a potentially fatal skin cancer caused by overexposure to the sun and tanning beds that affects millions of people every year.
Melanoma is the most dangerous and aggressive skin cancer and usually presents as a new mole or an existing mole that changes in size or color.
Topical chemotherapy is the use of medicated creams to effectively and safely kill and destroy early-stage basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma.
Dr. Aradhna Saxena specializes in neuromodulator injections to smooth and prevent dynamic wrinkles by relaxing specific muscles that cause the lines.
Professional facials usually include a deep cleanse, exfoliation, and a specially selected mask and/or serum, depending on your skin’s unique needs.
Radiofrequency (RF) microneedling stimulates elastin and collagen in the face to yield a youthful, refreshed, and smoother appearance.
Plasma pen therapy offers a groundbreaking, non-surgical treatment that stimulates collagen production to create a fresh, youthful appearance.
A safe and gentle exfoliating technique, dermaplaning improves skin texture and can be combined with other facial procedures for great results.
Microdermabrasion is a gentle type of physical exfoliation that smoothes and brightens skin by removing the top layer of dead and damaged skin cells.
Chemical peels are an exfoliation method that range from light to deep, and remove the outer dead and damaged skin cells to refresh your complexion.
Microneedling therapy can provide remarkable improvements to your skin’s firmness, pore size, acne scarring, and more by triggering collagen growth.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy utilizes injections of a patient’s own blood plasma to stimulate the growth of collagen and elastin in the skin.
PRP for hair utilizes a patient’s own platelets to revitalize shrinking hair follicles to slow or stop hair loss while stimulating new hair growth.
IPL treatments are most commonly used to reduce hyperpigmentation, but they can also help with melasma, texture, broken capillaries, and pore size.
Stretch marks and certain types of scars can be visibly reduced with microneedling treatments, which induce collagen growth and skin cell turnover.
Laser hair removal targets and destroys the individual hair follicles so that they are no longer able to produce unwanted facial or body hair.
Laser vein treatments are a safe and effective way to drastically reduce the appearance of spider veins (visible blood vessels) on the face and body.
For those who wish to reduce or perhaps eliminate a tattoo, Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute offers an advanced laser tattoo removal treatment.
Sclerotherapy treatments involve injecting a special solution into unwanted spider and varicose veins so that they collapse and dissolve away.
Patients with acne can experience several types of inflamed blemishes on the face, back, and chest that can lead to physical and emotional distress.
Rosacea is a common skin condition in which the small blood vessels in the central portion of a patient’s face become swollen, inflamed, and visible.
Actinic keratoses are pre-cancerous patches of scaly, bumpy, or rough skin that have developed over time due to overexposure to ultraviolet rays.
Cysts are usually benign accumulations of dead skin cells that have developed their own sac-like structures to prevent any infection from spreading.
Eczema is an umbrella term for various skin conditions and rashes that are usually triggered by allergies or a patient’s deficient immune system.
The scaly, itchy skin plaques associated with psoriasis can be managed well with prescription creams, oral medication, injections, or laser therapy.
Rashes are areas of skin inflammation or irritation that can be mild or severe and are typically treated with topical prescription medications.
Shingles is a skin condition caused by the same virus that causes chicken pox and can usually be successfully treated with antiviral topical creams.
Fungal infections can be very contagious, and they often appear as itchy or painful red rashes that need to be treated with an antifungal medication.
Molluscum is a harmless but very contagious viral skin infection that appears as tiny bumps and can be treated by curettage, cryotherapy, or cautery.
Warts are a harmless visible expression of the human papilloma virus and can generally be quickly, painlessly, and effectively treated and removed.
Skin tags are very common, small, harmless growths on the skin, typically caused by friction, that can be removed via excision, cautery, or freezing.