Category Archives: Skin Cancer

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Do Black People Get Skin Cancer?

Do Black People Get Skin Cancer? It’s a myth that Black people and other people of color can’t get skin cancer. This potentially deadly disease can affect anyone, including people with black and brown skin. Exposure to ultraviolet rays from the sun increases the risk of skin cancer for everyone, although people who have black […]

  • Posted on: May 16 2022
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How to Get Rid of Moles on Skin

How To Get Rid of Moles on Skin

Moles are very common skin growths. You likely have a few of them on your face or body. Most moles are harmless, and many don’t require removal unless they’re cancerous. However, if a mole is frequently causing irritation from rubbing against your clothes or if you don’t like how a mole affects your appearance, mole […]

  • Posted on: Jan 21 2022
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The Importance of An Annual Skin Cancer Check

Skin cancer is the most prevalent type of cancer in the United States, with more than one in five Americans developing the disease by the time they’re 70. May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and there’s no better time to schedule your annual skin cancer screening at Asarch Dermatology. Our board-certified dermatologists offer complete skin […]

  • Posted on: May 17 2021
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Importance of Skin Cancer Screenings

The Importance of Skin Cancer Screenings: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. With screening exams and early detection, it’s possible to treat and cure skin cancer. If you’re wondering, Where can I get a skin cancer screening near […]

  • Posted on: Aug 20 2020
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How Can I Maximize My Sunscreen Benefits This Summer?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately five million Americans are treated for various forms of skin cancer each year. In many cases, skin cancer is the result of exposure to ultraviolet rays from excessive sun exposure or indoor tanning. The good news is that a quality waterproof sunscreen or sunblock cream […]

  • Posted on: Jul 20 2020
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How Mohs micrographic surgery can be used to treat skin cancer

A diagnosis of skin cancer to a patient can be a devastating moment. However, skin cancer is one of the easiest to treat, and can be diagnosed in the earliest stages with a proper evaluation. With skin cancer, there are various ways to treat it. One of the most desirable methods is with Mohs micrographic […]


Living with melasma

Men and women who are struggling with the appearance of dark pigmentation on their face and body may be dealing with a condition known as melasma. Melasma, which literally means “dark skin,” is a common condition that can cause hyperpigmentation on the skin. While men may develop this condition, it is more typically seen in […]


How Do I Know If a Mole Is Cancerous?

Many patients in the area of Colorado hear that close attention to moles can help in determining if skin cancer is present. Moles themselves are often benign and are not cancerous. However, when certain changes occur to the moles over time, it may indicative of skin cancer and requires immediate medical attention. The providers at […]

  • Posted on: Dec 30 2019
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Does Sunburn Cause Early Signs of Aging?

At Asarch Dermatology, Laser, and Mohs Surgery, our providers educate patients on ways to keep their skin healthy and youthful. While the signs of aging are bound to occur, there are certain activities that patients can participate in that may reduce the health of the skin and increase their risk for skin cancer. This includes […]

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2019
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What Is Skin Cancer and How Can It Be Avoided?

The providers at Asarch Dermatology, Laser, and Mohs Surgery in Colorado work with patients of all ages and ethnicities to help them with their medical and cosmetic concerns. One serious concern that patients need to be educated further on is that of skin cancer. Skin cancer affects the largest organ of the body, but thankfully, […]

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2019
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