The Damaging Effects the Sun Has on Our Skin – Boston Skin Cancer Treatment

Published on March 5, 2010

Millions of people are diagnosed with skin cancers every year. Like most cancers, early detection is important. Closely monitor your skin for any change in color or shape of a mole. Any change in your skin including the growth of a mole or a mole bleeding should be reported to your primary care doctor or dermatologist as soon as possible.

Dr. Richard A. Bartlett, M.D. treats many New England are skin cancer patients each year. He is dedicated to effective treatment with the best results possible. He will work closely with your primary care doctor to develop the best treatment plan for your individual needs. Dr. Bartlett is aware of the anxiety that a diagnosis of skin cancer provokes. If you are suffering from skin cancer, he will make every effort to see you promptly and perform treatment in a timely manner.

The fight against skin cancer begins at home. The best way to protect yourself from the skin cancer causing rays of the sun is the regular use of sun block. Damage can start young so remember children should regularly use sun block as well.