Mohs Surgery

Mohs surgery has become the gold standard for treatment of anatomically-challenging basal cell carcinomas (the most common form of skin cancer). This surgical technique allows for maximal assessment of tumor margins while minimizing tissue loss and subsequent deformities.

In the Mohs procedure rooms, patients undergo tissue-sparing treatment for basal cell carcinomas and other non-melanoma cutaneous malignancies.

Patients are referred for Mohs surgery from around the state and benefit from the department's long-standing dedication to and experience with this cutting-edge technique.

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