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Close-up photo of a basal cell carcinoma showing pink, shiny surface and irregular blood vessels

Basal Cell Carcinoma

This is the most common type of skin cancer. Fortunately death is extremely rare, but it can cause severe disfigurement if not diagnosed early.

Close-up photo of a basal cell carcinoma showing pink, shiny surface and irregular blood vessels

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

This is the second most common type of skin cancer. It is more dangerous than a basal cell, but less dangerous than melanoma. These spots are often painful.

Close-up photo of melanoma showing irregular border, multi-colored growth with central loss of pigment

Melanoma

Melanoma is the most dangerous form of skin cancer and kills thousands of people annually. Those with risk factors should be evaluated as early diagnosis is essential for survival.

Surgical Dermatology

Female with many brown moles growing on her neck and back

Moles

While most moles are benign, abnormal or changing moles should be evaluated by a dermatologist. Early detection of melanoma is the key to improving survival.

Doctor pinching or squeezing a cyst on a patient’s skin

Cysts

There are many growths appearing under the skin and cysts are most common. There are a variety of types of cysts with treatments available.

Multiple lipomas growing under the skin on a patient’s arm

Lipomas

Lipomas are benign growths of abnormal fat cells. Surgical removal can be done for growths that are bothersome or otherwise concerning.

At Meridian Dermatology, we are ready to take care of all of your skin care needs. Dr. Harris is skilled at managing a broad range of surgical issues. Below are several of the most common conditions managed.