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What Is Actinic Keratosis?

What Is Actinic Keratosis? Also known as solar keratosis, the condition causes rough scaly patches to develop on your skin. The disorder is a type of precancer, that is, if the Read More

What Is Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

Squamous cell carcinoma refers to a specific kind of skin cancer – one that originates in the squamous cells located on the outermost layer of the skin’s epidermis. If you Read More

How To Prevent Actinic Keratosis

How to Prevent Actinic Keratosis If you have rough, scaly spots on your skin that don’t go away, you could have actinic keratosis. It’s a common skin condition in people over Read More

Who Is at Risk for Skin Cancer?

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. It is not surprising when you consider the amount of skin on the human body. To treat skin cancer in Kissimmee Read More

What To Expect After Skin Cancer Surgery

Finding out that you have skin cancer can feel overwhelming and frustrating. It’s important to understand what comes next. Your dermatologist will likely recommend skin cancer surgery to remove the Read More

How Often Should You Get a Skin Screening?

How Often Should You Get a Skin Screening? Skin cancer is a common and serious skin condition. You need to protect yourself and your skin. A skin screening is an important Read More

Warning Signs of Skin Cancer

Having a dermatologist on hand regarding skin cancer is crucial for several reasons. Dermatologists are trained to recognize the warning signs of skin cancer in Kissimmee and Ocoee, FL, and Read More

What Is Actinic Keratosis?

Discover the power of Dr. Clifford Lober's expertise in treating Actinic Keratosis (AK). Experience a world-class approach that goes beyond the surface, targeting the root of the problem. Dr. Lober's Read More

Protect Your Skin From Skin Cancer This Summer

Skin cancer is a harmful and potentially life-threatening disease affecting millions worldwide. It can develop in anyone, regardless of skin tone or age, and the risk increases with prolonged exposure Read More

FAQs About Melanoma

Frequently Asked Questions About Melanoma  Skin cancer is a common skin problem, and one type of skin cancer, melanoma, can be deadly. Prevention and early diagnosis are critical. Our dermatologist can Read More

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