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Skin Cancer - Squamous Cell Carcinoma Treatment

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Squamous cell carcinomas that are detected and treated early have very good cure rates.  The goal of treatment is to remove all of the cancer cells.  There are several types of removal methods.  The treatment that you receive depends on the size, location, and stage of your cancer.  Most treatments can take place in your doctor’s office and use a local anesthesia.
 
Electrodesiccation and curettage is a procedure that removes the surface layer of skin cancer and gently burns (“cauterizes”) its base to destroy any remaining cells.  A simple excision is a method that cuts out the tumor and some healthy cells around it.  The incision is stitched back together.  Cryosurgery is a treatment method that uses liquid nitrogen to freeze and kill cancer cells. 
 
A specialized technique, Mohs micrographically controlled surgery, is used to treat large skin cancers or skin cancers that have come back.  For Mohs surgery, the doctor removes a layer of skin containing the cancerous squamous cells and examines it under a microscope right away.  The process is repeated until the skin samples are found to be free of cancer cells.  The advantages of Mohs surgery are that only the minimum amount of tissue necessary is removed and the specimens are carefully examined.  Mohs surgery is associated with high cure rates.
 
If your cancer has spread, radiation and chemotherapy treatments may be necessary.  Skin grafting and reconstructive surgery may be necessary after the removal of large squamous cell carcinomas.  Scarring after skin cancer removal is common.  Cosmetic surgery techniques can improve the appearance of scars.  Some people choose to cover their scars with make-up.

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