The focus of The Skin Surgery Center is to provide our patients with exceptional care and treatment.
At The Skin Surgery Center, our Fellowship-trained Mohs surgeons are some of the most well-respected providers in the industry. Collectively, we provide unmatched skin cancer services to our patients, delivering the highest level of quality care and patient outcomes.
Please visit Our Providers page to view our list of Mohs surgeons.
Why Choose a Fellowship-trained Mohs Surgeon?
The American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS) offers fellowship training programs that are significantly more challenging and thorough than other Mohs programs. ACMS fellows-in-training experience months of extensive, hands-on direction from highly qualified instructors.
By choosing a Fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon, you can be assured that you will receive the highest standard of quality and expertise as well as an optimal outcome. Mohs micrographic surgery has set a new standard for skin cancer treatment, but not all physicians performing this Mohs surgery receive the same level of training.
At The Skin Surgery Center, Dr. Barry Leshin, Dr. John G. Albertini, Dr. Daniel Pearce, Dr. Gerardo Marrazzo, Dr. Christopher R. Urban, Dr. David W. Corbett, Dr. Brian Leach, Dr. E. Eugene Bain III, and Dr. Landon E. Stigall have all earned the highest degree of Mohs surgery qualification by completing an American College of Mohs Surgery approved fellowship. Additionally, Dr. Albertini is a past president of the ACMS and Dr. Leshin is the current president. To learn more about the ACMS fellowship training program, click HERE.
What is Mohs Surgery?
Mohs Surgery is a method of treating skin cancer by removing the diseased area in stages, layer by layer, and examining the tissue along the way. This type of treatment helps the physician determine if the tumor is completely removed after the surgery has been performed.
What Skin Cancers are Treated with Mohs Surgery?
There are several different types of tumor growth that are best treated using the Mohs technique, most commonly melanoma, basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas. What is visible on the surface of the skin may only be a portion of the tumor that exists beneath.
Patients can Learn More About Mohs Surgery, including what the Mohs Procedure is, see the Mohs step-by-step process, and get answers to the most-asked questions about the procedure.