Specializing in Mohs Micrographic


Our Mission


Always treat others as you would have them treat you.

The mission of Southeastern Skin Cancer & Dermatology will constantly be guided by these words. Our practice is created for and focused on those with skin concerns at any age, with specific expertise for individuals with cancers of the skin. For our family of patients, we continually strive to provide optimal care and establish relationships that will surpass those expected from the typical medical provider. Your care will always be offered in a current yet established, detailed, efficient and respectful manner, always including the human touch. In addition, tremendous importance is placed on integrity and rapport with other healthcare providers, medical business associates and the community which we service. Regardless of the condition, venue or nature of interaction, our efforts are not complete until you are completely satisfied.

What is


Mohs’ micrographic surgery is a technique used to remove the cancer while sparing the most normal, unaffected tissue. It provides the greatest cure rates while also leading to the most cosmetically favorable results. The full periphery and base are checked immediately with a microscope by your dermatologist to see if tumor remains or is completely removed. This is especially important for areas where excess skin is limited, such as the face.



8 months ago

Happy Thanksgiving from Southeastern Skin Cancer & Dermatology!

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9 months ago

Happy Veteran's Day to all who have served! We appreciate your service and sacrifice.

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9 months ago

Though there are numerous types of skin cancer, three are seen the most often by dermatologists. ... See more

9 months ago

It is always good to maintain some connection to education and research to stay up-to-date. Dr ... See more

10 months ago

Things are progressing well on our new business building. Steel is going up now! We're still on ... See more

10 months ago

We are extremely fortunate to have wonderful physician assistants as part of our team at ... See more

10 months ago

Thank you @ohderm !
Glad to recently get back to educational meetings. It was a great time ... See more

10 months ago

Can UV penetrate through clothing? This is an excellent question and below is a blog link from ... See more

10 months ago

Have you been reading the latest research articles that provide the details of current androgenetic ... See more

11 months ago

What else do dermatologists do? Any guesses as to which vial is the normal/negative one?

We will ... See more

11 months ago

September 11. Never forget.


11 months ago

Have you heard about the latest procedural findings for stimulating hair growth for androgenic ... See more

11 months ago

Happy labor day! We greatly appreciate and respect those who go to work each day in their chosen ... See more

11 months ago

Catching up on some reading and ran across this article. We and our patients have been very ... See more

11 months ago

Absolutely WONDERFUL scraping done to diagnose scabies in our office!

First video shows the live ... See more

11 months ago

This microscopic image is from some of the work that we did last week during Mohs surgery. A ... See more

12 months ago

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1 year ago

Another Hugh Jackman sighting! With a history of several skin cancers over the years, another ... See more

1 year ago

This is a very interesting diagnosis that we have made in our office already. Have you heard about ... See more

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Current UV


The UV Index provides a forecast of the expected risk of overexposure to UV radiation from the sun. The UV Index is accompanied by recommendations for sun protection and is a useful tool for planning sun-safe outdoor activities.