Archive | Mohs Cancer Treatment

Is Mohs Appropriate for Skin Cancer of the Lip?

We talk a lot about skin cancer these days, but not often in depth needed to make a dent in lowering the number of diagnoses each year. Not yet, anyway. As time progresses, it is expected that 1 in 5 people will be touched by some form of skin cancer. The more we gain awareness […]

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Skin Cancer, Meet Mohs!

“Skin cancer.” Those are frightening words to hear uttered in your direction. The diagnosis can feel overwhelming regardless of the severity of the condition. Patients of New York City Mohs surgeon Dr. Adelle Quintana can gain peace of mind knowing their physician has the up-to-date training to manage even the most visible skin cancer lesions. […]

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What Is Mohs Surgery?

If you think you may have a possible skin cancer, you want the most advanced treatment available, with the highest cure rate, while minimizing the loss of your normal tissues. This goes without saying. Mohs micrographic surgery is the cutting-edge in skin cancer treatments and Dr. Quintana is one of the highly specialized surgeons who […]

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Did We Mention Melanoma? Read On…

Your beach vacation may be but a fond memory but cooler weather may bring ski vacations, walks, and additional time under the sun – which means exposure to it’s damaging, ultraviolet rays. Wrinkles, premature aging, sun-spots and skin cancer can all trace their beginnings to the sun. The skin cancer concern: The invasion or spread […]

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Mohs Micrographic Surgery: Its Benefits over Other Skin Cancer Treatments

Being the most common form of skin cancer in the United States, we at the Laser & Mohs Dermatology of New York often encounter skin cancer patients who require Mohs Micrographic Surgery in New York. This particular treatment has a lot of benefits when it comes to treating non-melanotic skin cancer. Eliminates all tumor roots […]

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Dr. Quintana Performs Mohs Skin Cancer Treatment in New York

Mohs Micrographic Surgery, first developed in around 1938, offers the highest potential for cure on skin cancer. It is reputed to have the most advanced and effective treatment today on the common types of skin cancer. Specifically, it can effectively remove non-melanotic skin cancer, such as squamous cell cancer, sebaceous carcinoma, basal cell cancer, Extramammary […]

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