What happens during a skin cancer screening?

Straight from Dr. Seitz himself, here’s what to expect during your skin cancer screening at Seitz Dermatology. “Diagnosing skin cancer early is important because it’s not going to go away by itself.”   As Dr. Seitz said, early diagnosis is important. If we find something during your screening, find out what steps we’ll take here.  To […]

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When (and why) to schedule a skin cancer screening

“Hmm,” you think to yourself. “This mole on my shoulder looks darker than normal.” “That’s unusual,” you observe. “I’ve never seen that spot on my forearm before.” If either of these scenarios sound familiar, it’s time to schedule a skin cancer screening with us.  (Screenings happen much more often than you’d think; Dr. Seitz does […]

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Ask Dr. Greg Seitz: Identifying and treating squamous cell skin cancer

What are some telltale signs that you may have a squamous cell carcinoma? Listen in as Dr. Seitz tells you what to look for, as well as explains what treatment options are available right here in our clinic. Do you have a spot you’re concerned about? Let us take a look! Visit http://seitzdermatology.com/contact/ to set […]

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Treating squamous cell skin cancer at Seitz Dermatology

People usually associate mole removal and skin cancers with summer, but non-melanoma skin cancer can develop year round. This photo shows a squamous cell carcinoma, for which the patient presented to our office with a complaint of a painful, rapidly growing lump on the arm: We offer a variety of treatment options for squamous cell […]

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Ask Dr. Seitz: Identifying and Treating Basal Cell Skin Cancer

Many patients who come to us with a basal cell carcinoma—the most common form of skin cancer—come in because they’ve noticed a bleeding spot on their skin that just doesn’t seem to heal or go away.   Watch as Dr. Greg Seitz explains the causes and telltale signs of basal cell carcinoma, as well as […]

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Treating basal cell carcinoma skin cancer at Seitz Dermatology

Basal cell carcinoma skin cancer is one of the top skin conditions we treat at our practice. This patient presented to our office with the complaint of a persistently bleeding, non-healing lesion, which we were able to remove and treat successfully. If you have a spot you’d like us to take a look at, let’s […]

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