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Surgical & Mohs

At Pure Dermatology Cosmetic and Hair Center, we offer a range of surgical services to address your cosmetic and dermatological concerns. Our surgical procedures are performed in our state-of-the-art facility using the latest techniques and equipment, ensuring optimal results with minimal downtime. Whether you’re looking to enhance your appearance, improve the health of your skin, or treat a medical condition, our surgical services can help you achieve your goals.

Mohs surgery

Mohs surgery (named after Dr. Frederik Mohs) is only indicated for certain skin cancers (mostly NON-melanoma skin cancers such as SCCs or BCCs) in cosmetically “sensitive” areas like the face, hands, pretibial skin, and the feet.

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Surgical Excisions

We perform excisions, or skin removals, on “abnormal” moles (ie “dysplastic nevi”) or skin cancers. Surgical excision is a typically 20-30 minute in office procedure that involves taking a margin of normal healthy tissue around the site of the abnormal biopsy site.

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Electrodesiccation & Curettage

Electrodesiccation and Curettage (also called EDC or ED&C) is a procedure used to remove skin cancer. Most cases of these types of cancer can be cured if they are found and removed early.

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Cosmetic Mole Removal / Unwanted Skin Growth removal

A mole that is considered “benign” is one that may be cosmetically removed. We can remove benign (non-cancerous) moles or skin growths anywhere on the body that you don’t find aesthetically pleasing.

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Removal of Cysts and Lipomas

Full removal of a cyst is a minor out-patient procedure in which the area is numbed locally and the cyst is removed in its entirety. The removed lesion is always sent to the lab to confirm that it is indeed a benign cyst.

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Earlobe Repair

Repairing the earlobe is a simple, in-office procedure that involves local anesthesia and incising out the damaged earlobe and sewing the two sides back together.

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Melanoma Removal

Melanoma is a potentially serious type of skin cancer that can occur on ANY part of the body, not just on sun-exposed skin. It involves the abnormal growth of melanocytes.

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