Doctors KNIPE and MOSKOWITZ remind you that an unusual appearing mole could be a MELANOMA, a dangerous form of skin cancer. Evaluating your moles every one to two months is an appropriate time frame to see if any have changed in size, color, shape or if any other irregularity has developed.

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We specialize in dermatological surgery, including the treatment of skin cancers, and non-cancerous growths, as well as treating a wide range of general dermatological skin conditions. We’ll be glad to answer all questions and concerns when we meet you here in person.

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Here in Florida, we enjoy an abundance of sunshine. Although the effects of the sun are often delayed 10 to 40 years, there are many precautions that can reduce sun damage. If you enjoy outdoor activities, consider doing them before 10 a.m. or after 3 p.m. when the ultraviolet rays are significantly less.

Wide-brimmed hats are also extremely useful in protecting the ears and face, and using a sunscreen with an S-P-F of at least 30 on a regular basis will significantly reduce your overall sun exposure.

Sunscreen should be applied 30 minutes before your sun exposure and reapplied every two hours. We will be happy to go over these and your other concerns when we see you.

Click on the link to the left to download the forms you will need for your next visit to Knipe and Moskowitz.

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