Other Surgery Services
Acne Surgery: Treatment that involves the extraction of blackheads, whiteheads, milia, and pustules to improve the health and appearance of the skin. This is recommended for teens and adults with mild to moderate acne.
Surgical Excision: A procedure in which the surgeon removes a cancerous or benign skin lesion with or without an area of surrounding tissue (called a margin).
Electrodessication and Curettage (ED&C): The most common treatment option for particularly mild, well-defined, and shallow skin cancers. ED&C is used to remove superficial or nodular basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma in situ, as well as some warts.
Benign Mole Removal: An excision (also known as cutting) procedure that involves using a scalpel or special surgical scissors to remove the mole and a small margin of skin. There is no medical need to remove non-cancerous moles, but some people prefer to have them removed for aesthetic reasons. If your mole has grown deep into the skin, stitches may be required to close the wound.
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT): A three-stage treatment that combines light energy with a drug (photosensitizer) designed to destroy cancerous and precancerous cells after light activation.
When it comes to skin surgery, experience matters.
From Mohs surgery to cosmetic procedures, we meet your surgical needs in the comfort of our office. Contact DESSNA today to schedule your consultation.