Healthier skin, healthier life

Sometimes skin needs medical intervention to stay vibrant and healthy. We can diagnose and treat skin cancer, repair earlobes, remove moles and skin tags, and treat excessive sweating in-office. Treating acne is a particular favorite of our doctors, too, and we have great success using a combination of methods.

Skin Cancer

The sun is an unavoidable part of our daily lives, but learning how to protect ourselves from it is a key step in maintaining healthy skin.

As specialists in skin cancer diagnosis and treatments, we will perform full body scans, flag suspicious spots, lesions, and moles, and remove anything suspicious. In addition, Dr. Gendler is widely known to be at the forefront of the latest in sun protection and will give you specific advice on the best products to use.


These dry scaly patches form on sun-exposed areas of the skin, such as the scalp, face, forearms, and back of the hands. They are considered precancerous and have numerous treatment options, including topical medications and cryosurgery.



Cryosurgery uses extreme cold to destroy abnormal tissues. It is typically used to treat precancerous or cancerous lesions found on the skin.


A surgical excision is a common skin procedure that is used to remove moles, sebaceous cysts, other benign lesions, and tumors from the skin.


Whether you have elongated earlobes or a split earlobe caused by heavy earrings, multiple piercings placed too closely, or trauma, a simple earlobe repair surgery can be performed in-office.


Moles are benign growths made up of clusters of pigmented cells. Not all moles require treatment, but patients may elect to have them removed for cosmetic or comfort reasons. Cosmetic mole removal is a simple procedure that takes about 15 minutes, depending on the type and number of moles being removed.


Skin Tag

Skin tags are soft, hanging growths that usually form within the skin folds of the neck, armpits, breasts, groin area, and eyelids. These common growths are quickly and painlessly removed in one session (or two if there are a large number to be removed).


Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, is a common disorder of the underarms, palms of the hand, soles of the feet, and scalp that affects an estimated 2%-3% of people. It can be treated with prescription strength antiperspirants, topical ointments, or even Botox injections, which some patients find life-changing.


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Prioritize your skin health today, look and feel better tomorrow. Contact us today to book an appointment.


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