Melanoma treatments available in Orlando

Skin cancer can be a troublesome diagnosis for patients in the Orlando area. Even with proper skin protection techniques, such as regular application of high SPF sunscreen and staying out of the sun during the peak times of the day to reduce UV exposure, skin cancer can still occur. There are several types of skin cancer, and the most aggressive of those is melanoma.

Melanoma is the rarest type of skin cancer but the most serious. It happens when something intricately wrong happens with the cells in the skin that produce pigmentation. It is often visible and is typically indicated when there is a mole or other pigmentation on the body that changes in size, shape, or color. This is a sign that there is a problem and patients should visit their dermatologist for a skin cancer screening.

Dr. Debra Grayman of Pure Skin Dermatology, LLC provides new and existing patients with skin cancer screening, diagnosis, and treatment as needed. She also takes the time to educate her patients on the importance of sunscreen use and regular skin checks. She wants her patients to know that many skin cancers can be easily diagnosed and removed when found in the earlier stages. Early detection can be crucial, especially in situations where melanoma is involved. This aggressive form of skin cancer should not be taken lightly.

At Pure Skin Dermatology, LLC, we often recommend surgical excision for areas of melanoma. This simple procedure is done in our practice by Dr. Debra Grayman. Additionally, if the condition has spread, patients may want to work with an oncologist to discuss the possibility of further treatments such as radiation or chemotherapy. It is important to have all health care professionals on board as to the treatment plan so they can work together to ensure the issue is properly addressed.

If you live in or around the Orlando area and are interested in finding out more regarding treatments for melanoma, contact Dr. Debra Grayman and her staff today to book an appointment.

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