Protect Your Skin with Annual Skin Screenings | 212SKIN
Protect Your Skin with Annual Skin Screenings
What is Annual Skin Screening?
Annual skin screening is a preventive measure to protect your skin from potential skin cancer. During a skin screening, a dermatologist checks your skin for any suspicious growths or moles that could be cancerous. Early detection of skin cancer is crucial for successful treatment.
Why is Annual Skin Screening Important?
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States, and it can be deadly if not caught early. Annual skin screening can help detect skin cancer at its earliest stages, when it’s most treatable.
What Happens During an Annual Skin Screening?
During an annual skin screening, a dermatologist will visually examine your skin from head to toe. They may also use a dermatoscope, a special instrument that provides a magnified view of the skin, to closely examine any moles or growths. If the dermatologist finds any suspicious growths, they may recommend a biopsy to determine if the growth is cancerous.
Who Needs Annual Skin Screening?
Anyone can develop skin cancer, regardless of age, gender, or skin color. However, people with a higher risk of skin cancer, such as those with fair skin, a family history of skin cancer, or a history of sunburns or excessive sun exposure, should consider annual skin screening.
Book Your Annual Skin Screening at 212SKIN
At 212SKIN, Dr. Avshalumova offers annual skin screenings to help protect your skin from skin cancer. Our state-of-the-art facility is located in Midtown Manhattan, making it convenient for New York City residents. Contact us today to book your annual skin screening and take the first step in protecting your skin.
Call us at 212-111-1111 or fill out our online form to book your appointment today!
- Actinic Keratosis
- Age Spots
- Annual Skin Screening
- Dermatology Consultation
- Dry / Itchy Skin
- Excessive Sweating / Hyperhydrosis
- Freezing of Warts
- Fungal Infection
- Genital Warts
- Hair Loss
- Mole Screening / Treatment
- Nail Problems
- Poison Ivy or Poison Oak
- Razor Bumps
- Scar Treatment
- Seborrheic Keratosis
- Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD)
- Skin Allergy
- Skin Biopsy / Removal of Skin Lesions
- Skin Cancer
- Skin Discoloration
- Skin Infection / Impetigo Folliculitis
- Sun Damaged Skin
- Vascular Lesions
- Wound Care