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Skin Cancer Treatment Specialist

Brevard Medical Dermatology

Dermatologists located in Melbourne, FL & Titusville, FL

No matter the type of skin cancer you need to treat, Brevard Medical Dermatology – serving Viera, Titusville, Merritt Island, and the surrounding Florida area – is here to help. We blend top-tier dermatology technology and extensive medical experience with a relaxed environment. Our goal is to give you the care you deserve in a setting that feels warm and comfortable. If you’re interested in learning more about safe, non-invasive, effective skin cancer treatment options, our team at Brevard Medical Dermatology is here to be a resource to you.

Skin Cancer Treatment Q & A

Is skin cancer common?

If you’ve been diagnosed with skin cancer, don’t panic. We have good news. First, skin cancer is highly treatable – and treatments can be quick and painless. Secondly, you’re not alone.

Nearly 50 percent of Americans over the age of 65 will get a skin cancer diagnosis at least once in their lives. Your diagnosis is extremely common and doesn’t have to come with major health ramifications.

 

How do I treat skin cancer?

Thanks to today’s medical advances, your skin cancer treatment can be customized to your exact needs. For example, non-melanoma skin cancer like basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma can be treated with non-invasive superficial radiotherapy.

When your skin cancer requires specialty services like Mohs micrographic surgery or chemotherapy, we’ll work with you to find the right provider so you continue to receive the highest level of care.

From diagnosis to treatment to referrals (if necessary), we’ll walk with you through every step of your skin cancer treatment.

What kind of skin cancer treatment do you offer in-house?

Our expert medical dermatology team treats basal cell carcinoma, the most common type of skin cancer, as well as squamous cell carcinoma. Many dermatologists turn to surgical procedures to treat these common, rarely spreading types of skin cancer. We present you an alternative.