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What is Mohs surgery?

Mohs Micrographic Surgery is the gold standard for the treatment of Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Basal Cell Carcinoma of the head and neck and areas of the body where preservation of normal tissue is imperative (i.e. fingers, toes, genitals).  With Mohs surgery, we can achieve cure rates of 99.9% and give the patient the smallest possible defect to reconstruct

Mohs is an outpatient procedure, performed in the office, where the Mohs surgeon removes the tumor under local anesthesia and then personally examines the tissue using a special type of frozen section analysis.  A more in depth discussion of Mohs surgery can be found here.

Why Should I Get a Skin Screening Exam?

Thousands of Americans die each year from skin cancers.  Many of these deaths could be prevented through a combination of self-examination as well as full body skin exam or skin screening by a Dermatologist.  When skin cancer is caught early, the risk of death or significant harm to the patient is reduced.  We recommend an annual skin survey for all patients, especially those with a past personal history of skin cancer or a family history of skin cancer.

Does the office see minors?

Our focus is on skin cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.  We perform General Dermatology for adult patients, ages 18+.

Do you take new patients?

Yes. We are accepting new patients at each of our five convenient locations, in Lambertville, Woodville, Wauseon, Adrian and Defiance. To make an appointment, call 419-479-5795.

What insurance plans do you take?

At the Toledo Clinic, we accept most major insurance plans. Please call the office to check your insurance as list constantly changing and growing.


Frequently Asked Questions

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