Mohs Surgery for Skin Cancer Center

Mohs micrographic surgery is a method of removing skin cancers with a local anesthetic. During the procedure, small layers of skin are removed and examined under a microscope until the skin samples indicate that all the cancer has been removed. Read more: Mohs Surgery for Skin Cancer Article

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