Melanoma Treatment Experts


A melanoma diagnosis can be frightening. Left unattended, this cancer can lead to serious health issues. Fortunately, if caught early, melanoma can usually be successfully treated and removed. Asheboro Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center offers all of the melanoma diagnosis and treatment services that our patients in the Pinehurst, NC, area need. If you’ve noticed…

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MOHS Surgery

Mohs Surgery

Dr. Williams has been performing MOHS surgery for more than 15 years and is a Fellow of the American Academy for MOHS Surgery. MOHS surgery is indicated for more complex skin cancers, based on location/size/type of the tumor. Dr. Williams is also trained and equipped to repair complicated defects that may be left following skin…

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Moles, Cysts & Other Skin Growths

Skin Growths

We are experts in assessing all types of skin growths. If indicated or if the patient desires, we can remove any of these lesions under local anesthetic here in the office. Some patients simply need reassurance that the growth they have is “OK” in terms of safety. Other patients have symptoms associated with these types…

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Skin Cancer Surgery

Surgical Dermatology

We provide the latest in “cutting edge” skin surgery. This includes the removal of skin cancers, atypical moles, cysts and other growths that require more precise surgery with suturing and return of optimal cosmetic and functional outcome for our patients.

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Clinical Dermatology

We evaluate and treat all diseases of the skin. This includes (but is not limited to) acne, psoriasis, eczema, rashes of any type and skin infection. We utilize all of the standard and progressive acne treatments including Accutane (Isotretinoin). Likewise, we treat psoriasis with all of the primary options, but we are also skilled in…

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Spontaneous Ecchymosis

Spontaneous ecchymosis (also called ‘actinic purpura’) is extremely common. It occurs primarily on the forearms and hands but can also occur on the legs. Basically, tiny vessels rupture in the skin and leave black, purple and/or red patches. The patches can easily tear. Though the process is similar to “bruising”, this occurs in the skin…

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Molluscum contagiosum (MC) is a very common skin infection that causes pearly/whitish bumps, often with indented centers. It is caused by a virus. It is especially common in children, but adults can get it as well. The bumps can occur anywhere on the body. Sometimes the patient has only a few bumps, but sometimes they…

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Acne is a common skin problem. It occurs most often in people between ages 10 and 30, but it can affect persons of any age. Acne is caused by a complex combination of factors. These include hormones, bacteria and an individual’s genetic tendency to have blocked pores. For the most part, having acne has very…

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Seborrheic Keratosis (SK)

Seborrheic Keratoses are very common skin lesions; they are not cancerous. They originate in the upper portion of the skin called the epidermis. They often look as if they are “glued onto” the skin. They can be different colors, ranging from flesh color all the way to dark brown. They also vary in size, some…

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What is Mohs Micrographic Surgery?

Mohs Micrographic Surgery is a specialized surgical technique where skin cancer is precisely removed, and the tissue is processed in the same office to insure that all of the cancer has been eliminated. The procedure is so named in honor of Dr. Frederic Moh, the surgeon who developed the procedure. The Mohs procedure is not…

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