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5 out of 5 stars Mole Removal
very little wait time, courteous staff, personable doctor. My decision to visit was based partially on the info she has posted here - she is even better in person. Her office is not the closest dermatology office in my network, but it is certainly worth the extra driving time/expense.
Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, University of Miami School of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: University of Miami Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery
Treatments offered at Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery
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If an atypical mole has been biopsied and shows that some of the mole cells remain, the most conservative approach is to excise the area to get... READ MORE
Costs tend to vary widely depending not only on where you are but who the patient is. We charge $250 per leg and use hypertonic saline. ... READ MORE
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