Skin Cancer Care
At Scott & White Healthcare, we have the most advanced, progressive treatments available for your melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancers right at our fingertips.
Ranging from simple procedures such as topical treatments to complex techniques such as MOHS micrographic surgery, our board-certified dermatologists are specially trained to care for your skin.
Extensive skill and expertise are the hallmarks of your Scott & White Skin Cancer Program. Our multidisciplinary group of physicians has the specialized training and experience necessary to diagnose, evaluate and treat the following skin cancers:
In general, melanomas that have spread (metastasized) are treated differently than nonmelanomas.
For more information, please select from the specific skin cancers listed above.
Multiple Locations for Your Convenience
Scott & White offers a variety of medical and surgical skin cancer therapies to treat most skin cancers at the following locations:
More advanced skin cancer procedures may be referred to the Temple Northside Dermatology Clinic.
Advanced Medical Solutions Enhanced by Research and Education
Scott & White's commitment to research and education puts us on the forefront of medical science. As a patient, this means you can expect us to offer you the most advanced care and treatment options available.
In addition, our nationally recognized dermatologists use state-of-the-art approaches to lesion removal — ranging from photodynamic therapy to laser surgery to Mohs microsurgery. They’ll help you select the best treatment option for you.
The Scott & White Skin Cancer Team is renowned for its expertise and skill. On your team are:
- Board-certified dermatologists with specialized training in identifying all types of skin cancers
- Mohs surgeons with extensive training in evaluating all types of skin cancers
- Dermatopathologists with advanced training in classifying all types of skin cancers
Our physicians are also educators. By combining hands-on training of dermatology residents with published work in major scientific journals and textbooks, they are helping advance their medical specialty and educate the next generation of dermatologists.