To better focus on patient needs, Cambio Dermatology divides it’s services into three distinct areas, Skin Cancer, Adult and Pediatric General Dermatology, and Cosmetic Dermatology.
Our Skin Cancer Department consistently and successfully diagnoses and treats thousands of skin cancers annually by utilizing treatments that offer the highest possible cure and lowest recurrence rates. We utilize state of the art medical equipment and processes including an onsite Florida State CLIA biopsy tissue processing laboratory. Our skin cancer medical team includes Board Certified Medical Dermatologists and Dermatologic Surgeons, and a Board Certified and trained Mohs Micrographic Surgeon.
Adult and Pediatric General Dermatology
Our Adult and Pediatric General Dermatology Department, is likewise equipped with the most advanced medical equipment and is staffed by exceptionally caring and capable Board Certified Physicians and Physician Assistants. This allows us to consistently achieve our patients’ short term and long term goals, including providing effective treatments for acne, sunspots, sun damage, aging skin, warts, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, hair loss, nail conditions, and other conditions affecting skin, hair and nails.
Our Cosmetic Dermatology Department approaches each face like a new canvas. Our caring and capable Board Certified Physicians and Physician Assistants create an individual treatment plan for each patient in order to achieve their goal of youthful, healthy radiant skin. We perform cosmetic mole removal, scar revision, reconstructive dermatologic surgery, and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures such as Botox, Dysport, Restylane, Perlane, Chemical Peels, and Photodynamic Therapy.
Mohs Micrographic Surgery
Mohs surgery is an advanced technique, which spares the greatest amount of healthy tissue while also most effectively removing cancer cells. It relies on an instant on-site microscopic study of the diseased tissue area. This allows us to identify and completely remove the skin cancer down to its roots. Today, Mohs Surgery has come to be accepted as the single most effective technique for removing Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCCs) and Squamous Cell Carcinomas (SCCs), the two most common skin cancers. In recent years Mohs surgery is being increasingly used as an alternative to standard excision for certain melanomas. Mohs Micrographic Surgery offers the highest potential cure rate – 99% for Basal Cell and Squamous Cell skin cancers.
Mohs is appropriate for skin cancers that are located in cosmetically sensitive or functionally critical areas such as those on or around the eyes, nose, lips, scalp, ears, neck, hands, feet or genitals. Mohs is also appropriate for skin cancers that are large, aggressive, rapidly growing, recurrent or have ill-defined edges.