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Skin exams can help Huntington residents detect skin cancer

Doctor checking skin cancer

Skin cancer is a common condition that can have devastating effects on the patient. While there is no way to guarantee you will never develop cancer, there are steps you can take to help prevent it and recognize the early symptoms. The single best thing you can do for your skin is to protect if rom UV rays. It is important to avoid sun exposure during peak hours, use sunscreen, and do not use tanning beds. While keeping your skin sun-safe is important, annual screenings from a professional can help in early detection. In addition to these exams, we encourage … Continue reading

Patients in Huntington, NY learn the signs and treatments for skin cancer

Woman checking her skin

Skin cancer is the most common cancer. Approximately one in five people will be diagnosed with skin cancer at some point in their life. Basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma are the most common forms of skin cancer. Each has different levels of severity and invasiveness, yet all are treatable when caught early. In Huntington, NY, Dr. Roger Koreen of the Dermatology and Cosmetic Laser Center encourages early detection of skin cancer and offers treatments. Routine skin checks Skin cancer is visible. Patients should perform monthly skin checks to watch for changes in their skin. Changes can occur … Continue reading

Huntington dermatologist describes skin cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment

Dermatologist doctor checking skin cancer

Skin is the largest organ of the body, and one of the most common places for cancer to occur. Skin cancer has become a serious epidemic, responsible for over half of all cancer diagnoses in the United States. Each year, thousands of people die from skin cancer, which is why we focus on educating our patients about the importance of prevention and early detection. Dr. Koreen and the team at the Dermatology & Cosmetic Laser Center in Huntington, NY understand the importance of proper skin care. While we are equipped to effectively diagnose and treat skin cancer, we believe it’s … Continue reading

Huntington, NY doctor explains why there has been an increase in instances of skin cancer

Woman with skin cancer on neck

According to the American Academy of Dermatology estimates, there will be over 192,000 new cases of melanoma in the United States in 2019. In fact, invasive melanoma is projected to be the fifth most common cancer for both men and women. The truth is, the rate of skin cancers of all types is increasing at a steady pace. What’s more alarming is that most cases of skin cancer are preventable. So, why has there been such an increase in skin cancer? Dermatologist Dr. Koreen and the team at Dermatology & Cosmetic Laser Center in Huntington, NY are committed to helping … Continue reading

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