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Patients often ask me about the device I have in my hands while doing skin exams. This device is known as a dermatoscope and is invaluable in performing skin exams in order to thoroughly evaluate skin lesions.

Using my dermatoscope, I am able to look for subtle clues in shape, color, structure, and network patterns to determine if a suspicious skin lesion is a skin cancer. I have often discovered skin cancers that otherwise went unnoticed using the naked eye.

However, using a dermatoscope is no easy task. As part of my ACGME accredited dermatology residency at the University of Michigan, I was thoroughly trained and vetted in dermoscopy.

As board-certified dermatologists, we are extensively trained and vetted to identify skin cancers. In the last 6 months alone, I have identified and treated over 800 skin cancers!

Have you had your skin exam this year?

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OFFICE HOURS

Monday:
9 AM - 7 PM

Tuesday:
9 AM - 7 PM

Wednesday:
9 AM - 7 PM

Thursday:
9 AM - 3 PM

Friday:
9 AM - 3 PM

Saturday & Sunday:
Closed

ADDRESS:

555 Barclay Circle
Suite 170
Rochester Hills, Michigan
48307

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PHONE:

Clinic Phone:
248-436-4888

Clinic Fax:
248-294-1388