Preventive screenings are an effective way to reduce your risk of skin cancer. At Naperville Internist in Naperville, Illinois, experienced internal medicine physician Rachit Marwaha, MD, and the medical team offer on-site dermatology services to preserve the health and vitality of your skin. The staff also provides mole and skin tag removal services, and will soon be offering injectable therapies like Botox® and dermal fillers to enhance the natural appearance of your skin. Find out more about the available dermatology services by calling Naperville Internist or by requesting an appointment online today.
To promote the long-term health of your skin, Dr. Marwaha and the providers at Naperville Internist offer comprehensive, in-office dermatology services. They specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of skin conditions and offer preventive screenings for skin cancer.
Available dermatology services include:
In addition to evaluating and helping you maintain healthy skin, Dr. Marwaha and the team will soon be offering aesthetic services including Botox injections and popular dermal fillers to rejuvenate your skin and provide you with many anti-aging benefits. The physicians will also soon begin offering injectable therapies to treat hair loss.
Dermatology services are available to diagnose and treat new symptoms or conditions that affect your skin’s health. If you notice changes in the size or shape of a mole or develop a cyst on your skin, you should call Naperville Internist to schedule a diagnostic evaluation.
Dr. Marwaha and the medical team also offer preventive skin screenings. You should request a consultation if you have a personal or family history of skin cancer.
The providers offer on-site skin checks and biopsy services to identify skin cancer in the earliest stages, before you may show noticeable symptoms.
A skin biopsy is a procedure to collect samples of cells from your skin to test for cancer. You may need a skin biopsy if Dr. Marwaha and the team identify suspicious moles or patches of skin that may indicate cancer.
During your in-office biopsy, your provider removes a sample of your skin for testing. They may remove tissue layer by layer using a small razor or opt to remove an entire mole using a scalpel.
The team sends the skin sample or mole to a medical lab for further evaluation. They can discuss your results with you in a few days to determine what kind of treatment you need to prevent the spread of cancer.
A biopsy may be a part of your routine skin check to reduce your risk for cancer. Dr. Marwaha may recommend routine skin evaluations if you have a personal history of cancer or if you have a family history of skin cancer.
To schedule a dermatology evaluation or a preventive skin cancer screening, call Naperville Internist or request an appointment through the online booking feature today.