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Welcome to the website for Skin Cancer Specialists, Ltd., the practice of Dr. Robert D. Griego and Dr. Daniel Skinner. Both doctors are board certified by the American Board of Dermatology and are members of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American College of Mohs Surgery.

Skin Cancer Specialists, Ltd. is dedicated to the the most effective, compassionate and efficient treatments available for skin cancer. The doctors are surrounded by an amazing team of health care professionals who share their passion and contribute to a pleasant environment available to all patients during a challenging time. In addition to Mohs micrographic surgery, Drs. Griego and Skinner have expertise in the areas of facial reconstruction after skin cancer removal. Click on the above menu element, Doctors, to read more about each doctor.


Note: Mohs is pronounced like nose.Do you have questions about skin cancer and its treatment with the Mohs Micrographic Surgical Procedures? Then take time to view this video by the American College of Mohs Surgery. It will answer many of your questions. It was purchased by Dr. Griego for his patients and others who want to learn about skin cancer and its treatment with the Mohs procedure. The Mohs FAQs Page also answers many questions regarding the Mohs procedure and skin cancer in general. Dr. Griego hopes the information in both the video and the Mohs FAQs page are useful to you.

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