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Skin Cancer Surgery Directory
Skin cancer is often first treated by surgical removal of the cancer. Usually this is followed by radiation to be sure cancer cells have been destroyed. Types of surgery that your doctor may recommend include complete excision, curettage and electrosurgery, Mohs procedure, cryosurgery, and laser surgery. Each type has its own benefits and risks, which your doctor will discuss with you. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how skin cancer surgeries are performed, which types are available, what to expect, and much more.
Your Treatment Options for Melanoma
Doctors have lots of ways to treat melanoma. Which one is right for you?
Melanoma: What to Do After Your Diagnosis
After you learn you have melanoma, here’s how you can deal with your diagnosis and plan for what’s ahead.
Skin Cancer Treatments
WebMD offers a comprehensive look at the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer.
Skin Cancer Treatment Options
Learn more about various skin cancer treatment options from the experts at WebMD.