Skin Cancer Prevention and Skin Cancer Treatment

The skin is our largest organ and it reflects what is happening inside our bodies. It is imperative that we protect it and preserve it, but years of sun damage and other environmental exposures can sometimes lead to abnormal cell growth. Fortunately, there are ways to identify, remove, biopsy and reconstruct suspicious and cancerous lesions with positive outcomes. Dr. Welch works closely with her patients and referring physicians to restore normalcy, minimize potential scarring and accelerate the healing process with these procedures:

  • Benign and Pre-cancerous Lesion Removal
  • Lesion Biopsy
  • Pulse Peels for Actinic Keratosis
  • Reconstruction Post Mohs Surgery
  • Reconstruction Post Skin Cancer Removal
  • Scar Revision
  • Skin Cancer Removal
Marlene Welch“The most important skin care advice I can give to my patients is to wear sunblock! It is essential in your efforts to prevent skin cancer and premature aging as well. I am acutely aware of how dangerous the sun and tanning beds can be to the health of our skin. Take the time to protect yourself and those you love.” ~ Dr. Welch