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Skin Cancer Treatment in Central Massachusetts

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What is skin cancer?

Skin cancer is a disease that causes healthy skin cells to mutate and grow at a rapid rate. There are several types of skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Each one presents different symptoms, but the most common warning signs generally include abnormal pigment change, chronic redness, and persistent swelling of the skin. At Clearview Dermatology, we offer a variety of minimally invasive treatment options that can effectively remove cancerous tissue and help prevent future spreading. If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed or suspect skin cancer, call our office in Leominster, Gardner, or Hudson, MA to learn about all your options.

Treatments for skin cancer

There are several procedures that can be used to treat skin cancer. Your therapy will depend on the type, location, and severity of your disease. The most common forms of treatment include excision, electrodesiccation and curettage, cryosurgery, and Mohs surgery. During your initial exam, our team will discuss the benefits and risks of all your options. It's important to understand that while minimally invasive, these treatments are surgical methods that will most likely leave behind a visible scar. Our skilled team will do all we can to limit this effect and can discuss other cosmetic options that can help reduce the appearance of scarring.

Seek Treatment Today

Don't let skin cancer prevent you from doing the things you love with the people you care about the most. We know that receiving a diagnosis of skin cancer can be scary, but there are many treatment options to choose from to safely address this condition. Our board-certified team is also here to guide you on your road to recovery. Reach out to one of our Central Massachusetts locations today to schedule an appointment.

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