- Skin Cancer
- General Dermatology
- Cosmetic Dermatology
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer and accounts for almost half of all reported cases. As exposure to UV rays has been linked to basal and squamous cell carcinomas, as well as the more serious melanomas, one of the major prevention tactics for these cancers is avoiding excessive time in the sun. However, as summertime rolls around and families take to the outdoors to enjoy the wonderful weather or participate in watersports, the necessary steps to prevent damage often get neglected. This summer, Dr. Lindsay Sewell, Dr. Brandon Miner, Dr. Lena Gowring, and Joseph Anderson PA-C and High Valley Dermatology asks that you take just a little time out of play time to avoid the serious side effects of UV ray exposure.
Our top tips for Summertime Skin damage Prevention are:
In the Summertime, it can be difficult to avoid Skin Cancer risks. What do you do when it is too late for Prevention?
It is never too late for prevention against sun damage. If you already have sun damage early skin cancer detection is key. Our providers at High Valley Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery specialize in early detection and treatment of skin cancer.
We can help you protect yours and our family’s healthy for years to come!
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