Northern Colorado Surgical Dermatology and Skin Care Experts

Mohs Surgery Advanced Treatment for Skin Cancer


Mohs micrographic surgery is revolutionizing skin cancer treatment, offering successful rates in treatment and recovery. This innovative approach combines the roles of surgeon, pathologist, and reconstructive surgeon all into one, utilizing microscopic precision to target and remove cancer cells without harming the surrounding healthy tissue. What sets Mohs surgery apart is its remarkable cure rate of up to 99 percent, outperforming all other treatments, even in cases that have previously seen no success. This method not only drastically cuts down the chance of cancer recurrence but also ensures minimal scarring, preserving the patient’s appearance. Especially effective for basal and squamous cell carcinomas, Mohs surgery remains a beacon of hope, even for those who have battled skin cancer before.

Ready To See A Professional?

Get in touch with a professional and schedule your appointment at our Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley or Ft. Morgan office:

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Request an appointment with one of our highly experienced dermatologists. 

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Our doctors will check for signs of skin cancer and determine the best method of removing it.

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Reschedule for your Moh’s Surgery appointment in order to remove the cancerous skin cells.

Why Should I Choose Mohs Surgery?





Choosing Mohs surgery for treating skin cancer or serious skin conditions is good for several reasons. Developed in the 1930s by Dr. Frederic Mohs, this surgery offers a targeted approach to removing cancerous cells from the skin while preserving as much healthy tissue as possible, promoting quicker healing or making it easier for skin grafting if necessary. It stands out as the leading and most effective option for tackling skin cancer, including melanoma, because of its high success rate—98-99% in many cases. Additionally, Mohs surgery is designed to minimize the size of scars and wounds post-operation, making it a preferable choice for those concerned about the aesthetic outcome of skin cancer treatment.


What Can Dermatologic Surgeons Do For You?


Dermatologic surgeons specialize in the practice of surgical and nonsurgical procedures of diagnosing certain skin, hair, veins, and nail conditions that include skin cancers, benign tumors, varicose veins, and excess hair. With years of experience studying living skin cells, these professionals are equipped to employ a wide range of preventive and corrective medical techniques to keep your skin well-maintained and refined.

The doctors at the Front Range Dermatology have extensive experience in surgical procedures. All worked as teaching staff at dermatology training programs. This extra level of expertise helps us better assist each patient we meet with. We would be more than delighted to extend our medical expertise and assist you!

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What Are Some of Our Common Treatments?


Our team is skilled in a wide array of dermatology treatments for many cosmetic conditions. Whether you are trying to pursue a younger appearance or if you would like to eliminate pattern hair loss, the dermatologic specialists at the Front Range Dermatology center can assist you with exemplary treatment. Here are some of our common treatments:

  • Skin cancer removal – surgical or curettage
  • Hair loss and restoration
  • Cosmetic removal of benign skin lesions
  • Mole removal
  • Vein treatments
  • Scar revision
  • Skin rejuvenation


For additional information regarding surgical procedures at FRDA, do not hesitate to contact our award-winning team by submitting the form below.

Premier Dermatology In Northern Colorado

Front Range Dermatology and its expert dermatologist skin care team, is the premier patient choice for experienced, proven, state-of-the-art dermatology procedures, medical skin care & cosmetic body treatments. With dermatology offices conveniently located in Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland, and Ft. Morgan, CO, we proudly serve patients located throughout the greater Northern Colorado and Southeast Nebraska areas.