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Typically it takes 7 to 10 business days. On some occasions, it may take a little longer due to requiring special staining or getting a second opinion to obtain the most accurate diagnosis.

It is a precancer that, if left untreated, can become squamous cell carcinoma.

Most cases will take approximately two hours. Some cases slightly longer, depending on type and size of the cancer.

We offer special creams to help bruising to resolve quickly. See cosmetic services, or contact our Aesthetic department.

Various options exist including freezing, laser, chemical peel, and multiple topical products. See cosmetic section for more information or contact our Aesthetic department.

It depends on the type, location, and size of the cancer. Contact a location nearest you for treatment options.

Basal cell carcinoma

This is the most common cancer of any type. They usually develop on sun-exposed areas, especially the head and neck. Basal cell carcinoma was once found almost entirely in middle-aged or older people. Now it is also being seen in younger people, probably because they are spending more time out in the sun.

It is very rare for basal cell cancer to spread to nearby lymph nodes or to distant parts of the body. But if basal cell cancer is left untreated, it can grow into nearby areas and invade the bone or other tissues beneath the skin; it is very destructive.

Squamous cell carcinoma

This is the second most common skin cancer.

These cancers commonly appear on sun-exposed areas of the body such as the face, ears, neck, lips, and backs of the hands. They can also develop in scars or chronic skin sores elsewhere.

Squamous cell carcinomas, unlike Basal Cell Carcinoma, can spread to other parts of the body leading to death.

On the day of your visit you will be given a detailed wound care instruction sheet.

In most cases yes. If your procedure is considered cosmetic, then it may not be covered by some companies.

1. Scar prevention cream is available. Ask our Aestheticians.
2. Very effective laser treatments are available. Ask our Aestheticians.
3. If necessary, surgery can be done to improve the appearance of your scar.

Yes. It is essential that you bring someone along as you may not be able to drive after surgery. In many cases, someone other than the patient must perform postoperative wound care. The nurse can give this person direct instructions, demonstrate wound care and answer any questions after surgery.

1. Has the highest cure rate compared to any other treatment options; almost 100%.
2. Removes the root of the cancer.
3. Only removes the cancer with maximal healthy tissue preservation.
4. Smallest scar possible after surgery.
5. Minimal complications. Quickest recovery.
6. No need to fast.
7. No need to stop any medications, including blood thinners.
8. Costs significantly less than surgery in operating rooms, surgery with frozen sections, and older generation traditional radiation therapy.