Most early skin cancers are treated by removing the cancerous cells through various surgical procedures. Radiation therapy, laser treatment, chemotherapy or immunotherapy for skin cancer may be part of treatment if cancer has spread.
Scripps physicians diagnose skin cancers and treat them using leading-edge methods that may include Mohs surgery, laser therapy, immune response modifiers and more. Your skin cancer treatment plan will depend on the type of skin cancer you have and how early it’s found.
Our multidisciplinary teams of dermatologists, oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, nurses and clinicians provide the most appropriate and personalized course of treatment for you. Should you need reconstructive surgery after treatment, our specialists are board certified. Learn more about how Scripps puts you at the center of care.
Scripps diagnoses and treats skin cancer at numerous locations throughout San Diego County. From Chula Vista and La Jolla to Encinitas and beyond, our extensive network of Southern California cancer care centers includes:
- Four Scripps hospitals on five campuses
- Outpatient clinics
- Bighorn Mohs Surgery and Dermatology Center at Torrey Pines
- Specialty cancer treatment centers
We are now offering Video Visits for some specialty care appointments. If you are interested in scheduling a Video Visit, contact the provider’s office directly. The doctor’s office will work with you to determine if this is the right type of visit for you.
For details on specific centers and their services, visit cancer care locations.
As leaders in skin cancer care, we know what it takes to fight a winning battle. That’s why we equip our patients with the support and resources necessary to achieve their best possible outcome. From connecting you with support groups and services to empowering you with the latest resources and research, Scripps offers a comprehensive lineup to help you along every step of your cancer journey.