Before your Mohs surgery
Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgeon in Miramar Beach, Fort Walton and Niceville, FL
Providing ONLY Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgery with extensive expertise and training to effectively treat many types of skin cancer.
Dr. Adams is a fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon who has the extensive expertise and training to effectively treat many types of skin cancer, preserve healthy skin, and ensure excellent cosmetic outcomes. As a part of his training, Dr. Adams completed a one-year long intensive fellowship under the supervision of Dr. Vic Marks and Dr. Mike Ramsey at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania. Dr. Adams mastered the Mohs Surgical techniques, complex microscopic cancer interpretation, and advanced cosmetic reconstruction techniques. Dr. Adams participated in over 700 Mohs surgical cases in training and he has performed more than 14,000 Mohs procedures in private practice. Dr. Adams is a Fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery, a distinction earned by fewer than 8% of all dermatologists in the United States.
While it’s scary to think about, any dermatologist, even if not fellowship-trained, is legally allowed to advertise and perform Mohs Surgery. Have every confidence that our Coastal Skin Surgery & Dermatology Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgeon can ensure quality care for all patients with non-melanoma skin cancer. Our practice is proud to offer our patients the expertise of a skilled physician and surgeon for Mohs Surgical skin cancer care.
Have You Been Diagnosed with Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer?
Skin cancer is best treated when it is identified early and treated promptly. Dr. Adams has experience working with all types of non-melanoma skin cancer, including rare tumor types and complex situations. Dr. Adams can help you achieve excellent outcomes with this innovative surgical treatment.
Non-melanoma skin cancer generally refers to Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Non-melanoma skin cancer is the most common type of cancer, and is felt to be largely caused by over-exposure to the sun’s ultra-violet rays. Non-melanoma skin cancer can be effectively treated, especially when caught early.
Patients living in and around the Emerald Coast Region recognize that Coastal Skin Surgery & Dermatology offers Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgery for the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancer.
For more information on getting treatment for skin cancer in Miramar Beach, Niceville, Fort Walton Beach, or the greater Gulf Coast and southern Alabama, call to make your appointment at any of our offices today.