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Basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer, is typically caused by overexposure to the sun and can be treated at our facility.

Squamous cell carcinoma is the second most common skin cancer. It is easily treated when caught early, but dangerous when delayed.

Skin Cancer Consultants is equipped to identify and treat melanoma, the most severe and dangerous of these three skin cancers.

Actinic keratosis, though noncancerous, can potentially become squamous cell carcinoma and should be treated to prevent more serious complications.

Dysplastic nevi are moles that are noncancerous but have some features appearing similar to melanomas. They should be examined closely.

Our facility is equipped to remove cysts, a benign, smooth, round nodule that appears beneath the skin's surface and sometimes becomes infected.

A lipoma is a soft, benign tumor growth comprised of fat cells lying beneath the surface of the skin or sometimes deeper in or under muscles.

Often referred to as "barnacles," these raised spots are often brown, rough, warty, and irregular. They should be examined but are usually benign.

Skin Cancer Consultants offers a variety of treatment options for warts, which can be located anywhere on the body, usually resulting from a virus.

Angiomas are traditionally bright red or purple spots. Although benign, they can cause emotional discomfort in some individual.

Our staff is equipped to remove skin tags, noncancerous skin growths that are commonly found around the neck, armpits, and under breasts.

Sebaceous hyperplasia, a skin condition commonly caused by an overactive sebaceous gland, is not dangerous and is treatable with a doctor's guidance.

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