Category Archives: Mohs Surgery

Skin Cancer

Mohs: What’s Next?

If the time you had spent in the summer sun during your youth has come back to haunt you in the worst possible way, you may wonder if skin cancer is going to be a concern for the rest of your life. It is not uncommon for a person who has been treated for skin…  read more


Sun Protection Mistakes you may be Making

The importance of UV protection is so widely discussed; you would think that developing a plan to protect your ski would be easy. The more we meet with patients, the more we realize that it would be a mistake on our part to assume everyone knows what to do and how to do it. Here,…  read more


Mohs is Making Strides Toward Melanoma

As a respected Mohs Surgeon in the UK, Dr. Hussain understands the heartbreak that patients feel when their skin cancer diagnosis is confirmed. This diagnosis is the onset of many questions, some of which you may have difficulty formulating due to the overwhelming stress of your situation. This is just one of several reasons to…  read more


Is Mohs the Choice for YOUR Skin Cancer?

More people are choosing to receive skin cancer treatment from a fellowship trained Mohs surgeon. You may have heard about this procedure, but not enough to know whether or not it is the right approach for your skin cancer. Why do so many people turn to Mohs? The primary reason is because they want the…  read more



Exploring Treatments for Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is a diagnosis that can cause a great deal of concern. As such, patients facing even the  suspicion of any type of skin cancer are deserving of thoroughness and gentleness. In our practice, this is the norm. Dr. Hussain is not only an experienced dermatologist, but he is a Fellowship trained Mohs surgeon…  read more


Mohs Evolves into a Widely Appropriate Treatment Option

As Mohs has become more recognized, this technique has gained a reputation as the gold standard in skin cancer treatment. Historically, the micrographic surgical procedure has been used to remove basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, but not melanoma. This is no longer the case. Precedent The success rate of Mohs has remained consistent since…  read more




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