Macon Skin Cancer Treatments
There are three main types of skin cancer: Melanoma, Non-melanoma skin cancers, and Squamous cell carcinoma. Sun exposure is also a major cause of these cancers. These lesions often appear in sun-exposed locations, may grow more quickly, and are sometimes painful. The diagnosis of a skin cancer is confirmed by a skin biopsy that is routinely performed in the office using local anesthesia.
At Skin Care Physicians of Georgia, we are obsessed with reducing discomfort for our patients and are able to inject local anesthetic virtually painlessly using new techniques. Fortunately, the overwhelming majority of skin cancers are successfully treated in the office by one of several methods. The treatment options for a particular skin cancer are reviewed with each patient and a treatment plan is individualized. These options range from using a topical medicine for tiny very superficial lesions, to various surgical options.
Macon Medical Dermatology
Our board certified and fellowship trained doctors and staff specialize in a wide variety of skin concerns including skin growths, moles, diagnosing and treating skin cancers, acne and acne scarring, rashes, psoriasis, hair loss, and anything concerned with the skin. We see patients of all ages from newborns to adults of any age – all the way up to our special patients over 100 years old. We provide the following services:
Macon Aesthetic Dermatology
We are a state of the art center designed for Facial Aesthetics, Body Contouring, Skin Tightening, as well as reducing cellulite. We put together individualized plans for our patients to meet their goals. We have the most effective non-surgical options for slimming one’s midsection, flattening their tummy, removing their love handles, and tightening their abdominal wall to redefine their 6-pack.
Macon Psoriasis Treatment
There are several forms of psoriasis, and each form has unique characteristics that allow dermatologists to visually identify psoriasis to determine what type, or types, of psoriasis, is present. A skin biopsy is sometimes necessary to confirm the diagnosis. While no current cure for psoriasis exists, there are many treatment options that can clear psoriasis. Each treatment has advantages and disadvantages, and what works for one patient may not be effective for another. Our board-certified dermatologists have the medical training and experience needed to determine the most appropriate treatments for each patient
We Offer Free Consultations
Our highly-trained team would love the opportunity to sit down with you and discuss your dermatology needs. We offer free consultations for our Macon wrinkle treatment options. Visit our website to schedule your appointment, as well as learn more about our awesome physicians who are ready to help you feel confident in your skin again!
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*Cosmetic consults are complimentary. Medical consults are subject to a fee.